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August 21, 1995 | Associated Press
Six high-rise public housing towers here have been demolished by explosives to make way for new homes, a $115-million project of low-rise apartments slated for completion in 2 1/2 years. The Lafayette Court buildings, built in the 1950s, had long ago fallen into disrepair. The apartments destroyed Saturday are among scores of ramshackle housing projects being demolished under a Clinton Administration plan to replace buildings it says are warehouses of misery.
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July 22, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Housing officials in Baltimore have abandoned a plan to mix middle-income and poor residents in new publicly subsidized housing that will replace two demolished high-rise complexes. Developers have little faith that any middle-income people will want to move into the units, said Housing Commissioner Daniel P. Henson III. Moreover, some public-housing residents had opposed the integration plan, Henson said.
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July 22, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Housing officials in Baltimore have abandoned a plan to mix middle-income and poor residents in new publicly subsidized housing that will replace two demolished high-rise complexes. Developers have little faith that any middle-income people will want to move into the units, said Housing Commissioner Daniel P. Henson III. Moreover, some public-housing residents had opposed the integration plan, Henson said.
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August 21, 1995 | Associated Press
Six high-rise public housing towers here have been demolished by explosives to make way for new homes, a $115-million project of low-rise apartments slated for completion in 2 1/2 years. The Lafayette Court buildings, built in the 1950s, had long ago fallen into disrepair. The apartments destroyed Saturday are among scores of ramshackle housing projects being demolished under a Clinton Administration plan to replace buildings it says are warehouses of misery.
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