Here's some feedback, from my experience, on "...what kind of incentives can be drafted...to encourage individual property owners to build an ARU.":
-Don't put them through the wringer in the application process. It shouldn't take a year or more.
-Don't attach unnecessary requirements, like engineering studies for buildings that don't need them.
-Don't keep adding more and more fees.
-Don't raise their property taxes if they build an ARU. In fact, give them a tax break. After all, they are helping you solve your problem.
rg May 23, 2016
The man is talking sense. Commendable, but not a great way to win elections.
Pete May 21, 2016
A Clinton democrat?
Kat Charles May 20, 2016
rg May 20, 2016
Most of this housing, according to statements attributed to the developer in February, would NOT be for Jackson. 39 of the 56 units would be rentals reserved for foreign visa workers. Can't say I blame the folks in the neighborhood for opposing this.