First there was 40B. Then, 40R. Now 40S.
Housing in Massachusetts is expensive, everyone says. Why? No supply, say most. Why? Restrictive land use regulations, say some.
What to do?
Give cities and towns incentives to create districts exempt from zoning regulations, where denser, mixed-use developments could be built, close to town centers and public transportation. Then, promise to cover any additional public school expenses that come as a result.
Will it work? The Globe covers the issue.
Complete article: Priced out – by Michael Jonas, The Boston Globe