With the cost of rental housing rising in Salt Lake City, a local company is offering an alternative to the traditional housing stock, but not without concern from some and enthusiasm from others.
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Last fall, the Salt Lake City Council approved an ordinance to allow permits for "accessory dwelling units" — sometimes called mother-in-law apartments. Beginning in April, Salt Lake City homeowners residing within designated parameters could place additional living space on their property.
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