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State Senators and City Council members want the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority to affirm that thousands of residents won't be displaced.
The one-year lock, which applies to units getting a federal housing credit, aims to stabilize rents for low-income residents.
Minneapolis landlords who have license revoked will have to pay for tenants' move
Minnesotans on food stamps would lose out if utility deduction changes.
"Having this issue come to the fore this way is really tragic," Sen. Tina Smith said.
Statewide, Minnesota public housing authorities have an estimated $354.9 million in critical maintenance and repairs, according to a report this year.
Landlord has been cited 1,300 times for code violations, but he says he's not to blame.
Developers say the plan for "inclusionary zoning" will make building harder.
DFL committee's letter says residents need more clarity about plan.
It comes amid mounting pressure to curb low supply, rising rents, lost dreams.