Bloomington Cooperative Housing Development Approved

Plans call for both single-family home and a larger structure where as many as 15 families can live.

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Bloomington City Council members unanimously approved the cooperative housing proposal.

The Bloomington City Council has unanimously voted to rezone a two-acre property for use as a cooperative housing development.

Council members described the Bloomington Cooperative Plots, founded by Danny Weddle and Zach Dwiel, as innovative, brave, and easy to support. Weddle says he hopes cooperative housing will one day be a formal zoning option for people looking to build in Bloomington.

The next step in the process involves the construction of two single-family structures in March, followed by approval of final plans for building a 15-bedroom cooperative home.

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