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Madison Council Reduces Limitations for New and Existing Co-ops

The Madison Common Council has agreed to decrease the limitations on establishing housing cooperatives, or co-ops, throughout the city. 

At their February 2nd meeting, they passed a new ordinance that will make it easier for new co-ops to be built in areas where they could not previously. 

Before this ordinance, many of those looking to establish a co-op would have to get approval from the city planning and zoning agencies, and would need to go through a drawn-out permit process

With the newly amended ordinance, future co-ops will face significantly less red tape.

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