Rent discussion ends in whimper

Anyone holding their breath that city officials might make moves to alleviate rent burdens in the city should stop. Having fulfilled the mandate of state officials to look at the issue within Keizer, city officials opted to continue having conversations but prescribed no specific relief. 

“This is very market driven and we are going to have a difficult time controlling it,” said Councilor Elizabeth Smith. “Until the market balances a bit more between single . . .

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