affordable housing

Is Fair Housing Fair?

It depends on who you are.  Fair housing laws were created in 1968 to make sure landlords treated all potential tenants the same with screening procedures, tenant selection and application fee


Rethinking homelessness and following Utah's lead

Despite Minnesota's improving economy, many are still struggling. There are 14,000 homeless people in Minnesota, including 4000 children. Many homeless people were doing okay, until losing their job, developing health problems, facing domestic violence, or battling mental illness or addiction.


Minnesota homelessness, unaffordable housing rising together

Homelessness is the highest ever in Minnesota. The triennial Wilder report on Homelessness in Minnesota recently released data showing more than 10,000 homeless persons statewide.


Country Village renters told "look for another place to live"

More than 100 renters at Country Village Apartments in Burnsville face an uncertain future as the Burnvsille City Council opted Tuesday night to give the owners one last chance to bring the complex up to code or have their license revoked.

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