Mass. towns fend off family housing

10/21/2013 | Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, Mass.)

Massachusetts families with young children may find it harder to find housing as towns push developers for more 55-plus communities and apartment complexes with only one and two bedrooms, Scott Van Voorhis writes. A lack of family housing is a way for towns to reduce budget strains by avoiding the need for more schools, Van Voorhis writes.

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