2008: Back to the Future
By Laura Sanchez
The wilder fringes of the built environment dominated the Jan. 7 City Council meeting, from tents to adobes to very tall cosmetic shells.
Councilor Isaac Benton's bill authorizing the use of city property on the southeast corner of Lomas and Second Street to build workforce housing was postponed until Jan. 23. Several representatives of housing coalitions spoke in support of the bill.
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