Leonard May: Co-op ordinance — boon or boondoggle?

For the past eight months, City Council has been developing an ordinance to expand the permitting of co-operative houses into low-density, single-family neighborhoods. The controversy surrounding this ordinance isn’t about co-ops per se, it is about high-density occupancy houses encroaching into low-density zoning districts, and the disruptions caused by the traffic, parking and noise of having 12 or more people living 10 feet away in neighborhoods not designed for such.

Source: Leonard May: Co-op ordinance — boon or boondoggle? – Boulder Daily Camera