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Federal authorities charge 16 in drug ring at Cabrini-Green led by alleged gang member 19.12.2007 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Federal authorities moved against another street gang Tuesday, charging 16 people and derailing the Gangster Disciples' stranglehold on drug dealing at the Cabrini-Green public housing development.
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Westhaven Park heads toward its final phase 16.12.2007 Chicago Tribune: Real Estate
The city has approved the last 203-unit phase for Westhaven Park on the Near West Side.
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Housing Demolition Is Halted 15.12.2007 NY Times: National
Demolition of three public housing complexes, scheduled to start this weekend, was halted Friday amid complaints about the scarcity of housing for the poor after Hurricane Katrina.
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NATION IN BRIEF 15.12.2007 Washington Post: Nation
NEW ORLEANS -- Demolition of three public housing complexes, scheduled to start this weekend, was halted Friday amid complaints about the scarcity of housing for the poor after Hurricane Katrina.
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Housing Demolition Is Halted 15.12.2007 NY Times: National
Demolition of three public housing complexes, scheduled to start this weekend, was halted Friday amid complaints about the scarcity of housing for the poor after Hurricane Katrina.
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New Orleans to Bulldoze Public Housing 14.12.2007 NPR: Day To Day
The housing authority begins a major demolition of public housing complexes this weekend. Most of the sites are empty, but one still has people living in it. The displaced residents are skeptical of the plan.
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Demolition of public housing complex halted in New Orleans; City Council hearing next week 14.12.2007 Star Tribune: Nation
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New Orleans distrusts post-Katrina housing plans 14.12.2007 Houston Chronicle: Nation
In normal times, redevelopment of public housing to make way for mixed-income neighborhoods might have gone largely unopposed. But passions are high in hurricane-ravaged New Orleans, where residents are desperate for cheap housing.
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In New Orleans, Plan to Raze Low-Income Housing Draws Protest 14.12.2007 NY Times: National
The federal government is beginning this week to tear down thousands of apartments in the city’s four biggest public housing projects.
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Demolition of Public Housing Starts 13.12.2007 AP National
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- In normal times, redevelopment of public housing to make way for mixed-income neighborhoods might have gone largely unopposed. But passions are high in hurricane-ravaged New Orleans, where residents are desperate for cheap housing....
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Protesters halt demolition at New Orleans public housing 13.12.2007 Houston Chronicle: Nation
Protesters wielding bullhorns and shouting "housing is a human right" stopped demolition at a massive public housing complex Wednesday in this hurricane-ravaged city in dire need of homes for the poor.
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FEMA evicts camp dwellers; they'll go -- where? 9.12.2007 Star Tribune: Nation
The New Orleans trailer park housed victims of Hurricane Katrina; affordable housing remains scarce in the city.
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Protesters storm New Orleans council over public housing 7.12.2007 Houston Chronicle: Nation
Protesters angry about the pending demolition of more than 4,000 public housing units stormed a City Council meeting Thursday in a confrontation that ended with a prominent civil rights lawyer being hauled off in handcuffs.
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Protests heat up at New Orleans council meeting as razing of public housing nears 7.12.2007 Star Tribune: Nation
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3 charged in Puerto Rico in pet massacre 6.12.2007 MSNBC
A Puerto Rican judge has charged the owner and two employees of a city contractor with animal cruelty after the company allegedly took pets from a public housing project and hurled them off a bridge.
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3 Charged in Puerto Rico Pet Massacre 6.12.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
A Puerto Rican judge has charged the owner and two employees of a city contractor with animal cruelty after the company allegedly took pets from a public housing project and hurled them off a bridge. Julio Diaz, the owner of Animal Control Solutions,... ...
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Woman Killed In Minneapolis House Fire 4.12.2007 WCCO: Local News
A Minneapolis woman was killed after a fire broke out in her bedroom overnight. According to authorities, the flames started on the third floor of a public housing development on the 600 block of 18th Avenue in Minneapolis.
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States Rethink Charging Youths As Adults 1.12.2007 AP National
A generation after America decided to get tough on kids who commit crimes - sometimes locking them up for life - the tide may be turning. States are rethinking and, in some cases, retooling juvenile sentencing laws. They're responding to new research on the adolescent brain, and studies that indicate teens sent to adult court end up worse off than those who are not: They get in trouble more often, they do it faster and the offenses are more serious....
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Atlanta mayor sees parallels with '08 DNC 23.11.2007 Denver Post: Local
Though much has been made of the Democratic Party's choice of Denver as host to its 2008 nominating convention, the move to target a different group of voters isn't the party's first in contemporary politics.
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Gilliam resigns CHA post 22.11.2007 Chicago Tribune: Popular
The head of the Chicago Housing Authority, Sharon Gist Gilliam, announced her resignation this afternoon.
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