D.C. Council Passes Comprehensive Plan, Rejects Changes To Eviction Moratorium

The D.C. Council has given final approval to amendments to the city’s Comprehensive Plan, ending a years-long process to change the city’s guiding land use document. 
The council’s unanimous vote to pass the Comprehensive Plan came Tuesday, the same day it rejected a proposal to loosen the city’s eviction moratorium that was enacted at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
The final Comprehensive Plan vote came two weeks after an initial vote that included a series of amendments from council members, and they made additional changes ahead of the document’s final passage. 
Council Chairman Phil Mendelson partially walked back the changes he made earlier this month to restrict housing development in…

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