Inner suburbs struggle as resident profile shifts

03/18/2013 | Governing.com

Some first-tier suburbs are facing new challenges as urban redevelopment pushes lower-income residents out of city centers and into these areas. Officials say they have too much low-income housing and too many residents who need social services. "The rise of suburban poverty in the suburbs ...really deepens our challenge at a time when we are fiscally least prepared to deal with it," said David Sander, a city council member in Rancho Cordova, Calif.

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