Highland developers ignore city's role
Major players in the Alabama low-income housing industry have returned to town and announced that they will build a $6 million apartment complex consisting of 40 units, in six buildings on five acres between Highland and Cotton avenues.
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#1 Jan 9, 2010
I am first cousin to the property owner. I havent seen him in 20 years but spent my summers visiting family on Highland Avenue. This family went through so much, often self inflicted. But they were a good family. It is terribly sad to me this beautiful historic part of Eufaula will be used for this purpose. I know none of the players involved. I do know this. Mr Walker had tons of extended family that would have been willing to come to his rescue. Nobody bothered to help him. Would it have been to much troule for the judge or attorneys involved to make a call or two or do a google search. Public officials and lawyers - yuck! Scavengers!
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