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In this Dec. 13, 2017, photo, Greg Flood stands on the porch of his two-story home and talks about a proposal to allow houses to be built three-to-five stories high on his street, now dotted with bungalows and stately Craftsman homes, in Seattle. As a solution to a massive influx of new residents and an ensuing housing crunch, city officials are proposing to let developers build taller and denser in core areas across the city and require them to either include units that working-class people can afford, or pay for projects to be built elsewhere. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)