Durham evictions: a We need to declare a housing crisisa
Durham leaders may make helping renters avoid evictions part of their affordable-housing strategy. Pictured are downtown apartments, left, and construction of One City Center in the distance on East Main Street in downtown Durham on Jan. 9, 2018.
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#1 Jan 20, 2018
I think that's an excellent idea if plans are put into affect to use existing properties to provide safe and affordable housing. There should not be people living under bridges and in the woods any where. Homeless people and disabled used to be given housing preference in Durham, this is no longer done. Why? It's all about money instead of being about helping people in need.✌
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