In light of recent over-building in the area, the city of Homestead passed legislation this month that will bring a halt to the development of new condos, townhouses and cluster-style homes in the eastern half of the city for the next year. While the law enjoyed general support, disagreements over how the moratorium would deal with developments already planned or underway caused it to pass city council by only a 4-3 vote.
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