STAMFORD – Single-family homes filled with middle-class homeowners are a repeatable image of American life almost everywhere. But in Connecticut, where the cost of living is 27.7% higher than the national average, that vision is beyond the means of more and more residents.
A bill passed by Governor Ned Lamont in June – backed by housing and town planning advocates in the region – offered a partial solution to rising housing costs.
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