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Column - November 1, 2013

At last, new homes for low-income seniors

by Jeb Bing

There's good news for low-income seniors living in the aging Kottinger Place and Pleasanton Gardens homes off Kottinger Drive. The City Council is expected Tuesday night to accept the Kottinger Place Redevelopment Task Force's endorsement of a multi-million dollar plan to rebuild the two aging, subsidized affordable housing developments with single, two, and multi-story apartments, nearly doubling the current number to 185 new homes for seniors to continue living independently.

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