City will get to plan for fewer new residents

Keizer may not need to accommodate nearly as many new residents in the coming decades.

Two years ago, the city was asked to plan for nearly 10,000 new residents. New, tentative population estimates cut the forecast by more than half. Despite the radical change, some on the Keizer City Council and the Keizer Planning Commission urged the city to continue confronting the housing challenges . . .

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