Keizer at least 500 ACRES short of growth space

Keizer will come up short of the space it needs to absorb expected growth over the next 20 years, by at least 500 acres.

The news was delivered by Bob Parker, a project director at ECONorthwest, at a meeting of the city’s Housing Needs and Buildable Lands Inventory Task Force Monday, March 25.

The projection also takes into account a substantial reduction in the estimate of vacant and redevelopable land. At a February . . .

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