Plainfield's housing stock is still its main source of tax revenue and half of its households are renters.
Most of the upcoming development hinges on attracting more renters.
Where there are tenants, there must be landlords, and some are mostly here for the money (think of the now-departed Connolly).
Plaintalker is interested in hearing from tenants and landlords on what is working and not working about their relationship. The issue of parking has come to the fore, with the city trying to get cars off the street and landlords imposing rules that make tenants try to get away with parking on streets.
There are other items of concern. Tell us what is on your mind!