Rental hold in place in Tupelo
Pat Falkner, interim director of planning and community development, says neighborhoods were concerned about what might happen if a house converted to rental that was not previously used for that purpose.
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#1 Jun 12, 2014
You just might attract young people that have student loans and can not afford families. They start new businesses because the town does not offer satisfactory wages.
The world has changed and owning a cheap home does not help lower a persons taxes. Having a young family handicaps a person from taking risks with new ideas.
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