Report: Exodus of young adults worst in Westchester's wealthiest towns
Christopher Jones, vice president for research at the the Regional Plan Association, an urban planning organization based in New York City, reviewed the report and said it is a very strong indication that places without much rental or affordable housing have had a harder time holding or attracting young people. “For us, it really confirms what the impact of restrictive zoning has been,” he said. Read the full article.
Brain Drain - CT's Lack of affordable housing, combined with student loans is driving Connecticut's Educated STEM Workforce out of state. I will lose my second young adult child to Massachusetts, soon. I know more kids that have moved out of state than I do still living here. CT's an aging state. I wonder who will be paying taxes and paying to repair and maintain our costly aged infra structure.