One Clause of METRO's Measure 26-29
The METRO Measure will still require increased density in your neighborhood
(b) Density Increase Prohibited. Neither the Regional Framework Plan nor any Metro ordinance adopted to implement the plan shall require an increase in the density of single-family neighborhoods within the existing urban growth boundary identified in the plan solely as Inner or Outer Neighborhoods.
|This deception is contained in the words "nor any Metro ordinance
adopted to implement the plan shall require an increase in the density".
What is the density limited to?
It turns out to be limited to the current zoned density which is above the today's real density. How much above is anybody's guess. It was 23-51% above the density when Metro started its mandates. Here's Proof
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