EXCERPT: “Minneapolis is getting close to enacting an ordinance that city officials hope will boost the supply of affordable housing in the city. ‘If we had had this ordinance in place over the last number of years, we would have been getting 400 or 500 units per year of affordable housing, just through this tool,’ said Lisa Bender, a council member advocating for the adoption of what’s called ‘inclusionary zoning.’ Under the inclusionary zoning proposal, developers would have to assure some units in most housing projects are within reach of lower-income renters. But builders complain the city’s draft ordinance is too onerous and could backfire.” FULL STORY: http://bit.ly/2OxSw6L