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Framework for Housing Choices in Northwest Michigan


Date Published: January 2014


This Northwest Michigan regional draft framework identifies ways that stakeholders can meet diverse community housing needs. The document provides information on housing diversity, housing affordability, energy and transportation cost, vacant and seasonal homes, homelessness, and strategies to address local housing related issues.

Keywords: NWMCOG; Northwest Michigan Council of Governments; Networks Northwest; Networks Northwest; Pure Michigan; housing; homeownership; homelessness; affordable housing; accessible housing; senior citizens; poverty; energy efficiency

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  • Northwest Michigan Council of Governments (Networks Northwest)
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