“Residents are also hoping for less barriers in the new code.”
“We want to welcome a diversity and abundance of new people in our neighborhoods,” co-founder of FAN Roger Cauvin said.
“There kind of is a big generational shift about like what younger people want out of their cities compared to what people a little older than us might want out of their cities,” Wooten neighborhood resident Ryan Nill said.
“Frankel says she likes what she sees so far in the first draft, but she also hasn’t had enough time to go through it yet. Still, the 1,100 pages is daunting for her as well.”
“I think they’re going in the right direction. It’s still quite complex and I’m a little concerned about that,” Frankel said.