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"Affordable" housing mostly consists of older places that don't have the kind of amenities that affluent people expect. It's those kind of places that need to be conserved. Trying to build new "affordable" housing will never result in more than a handful places, unless we go the full-on housing project route, which is out of favor these days.

by Juanita de Talmas on Dec 19, 2012 2:49 pm • linkreport

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