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A Colorado city put a cap on new housing – and proved why it doesn’t work

In 2017, Stephanie Deveaux noticed her city and neighborhood were changing. Lying on Denver’s western outskirts, Lakewood was known for its spacious single-family homes, good public schools, pristine parks and Rocky Mountain views. But many of the things that made Lakewood so livable seemed under threat.

An affordable housing development is seen as people fish at Kendrick Lake Park in Lakewood, Colorado, in July. Photograph: Eli Imadali/Eli Imadali for The Guardian

Lees meer: Door: Raksha Vasudevan, 03-08-2023 Afbeelding: Eli Imadali/Eli Imadali for The Guardian

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