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05.10.2022

Zoning has Played a Major Role in Racial Segregation

A “starter” home built in Wrentham under the state’s 40B affordable housing law. (Photo by Michael Jonas) Zoning has Played a Major Role in Racial Segregation New state law aimed at spurring housing construction can be vehicle for racial justice May 9, 2022 IN RESPONSE TO decades of rising housing costs across the Commonwealth, Massachusetts recently amended the state zoning act...

02.17.2022

Do You Qualify for This Affordable Housing? Maybe

Do You Qualify for This Affordable Housing? Maybe By Paul Leighton Staff Writer Feb 3, 2022 BEVERLY — If you think you make too much money to qualify for the new affordable housing complex going up on Sohier Road, think again. That’s the message officials are trying to get across as the deadline to apply for an apartment in the...

05.20.2020 #HCPNotAlone

Drawings, photos offer hope to residents at Harborlight Community Partners

Drawings, photos offer hope to residents at Harborlight Community Partners May 2, 2020 The residents at Harborlight Community Partners in Beverly thrive on interaction, with each other as well as with family and friends who come to visit. But with social distancing measures currently in place to stop the spread of coronavirus, being confined to their rooms has left many...

05.20.2020

Harborlight Community Partners provides update amid coronavirus pandemic

Harborlight Community Partners provides update amid coronavirus pandemic   By Jennie Oemig beverly@wickedlocal.com @BeverlyCitizen Posted Apr 27, 2020 at 3:47 PM   BEVERLY — Officials with Harborlight Community Partners, a North Shore affordable housing non-profit, have been continuing to monitor the situation regarding the coronavirus pandemic, sharing information on how the crisis is impacting the organization, its residents and staff. Via Facebook Live, executive director Andrew DeFranza recently...

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