City brakes on new rules for accessory units

Citing concerns about overcrowding and too many rental properties, the Ouray Planning Commission backtracked on proposed city regulations allowing accessory dwelling units, which have been suggested as a way to expand long-term housing options for local employees. After approving a set of recommendations in March to send to the City Council, the commission received a draft and feedback from city…

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