The project calls for more than 200 apartments on this site near my home.

Newspapers kept us informed

Homeowners used to know what was going on in their communities by subscribing to their local newspaper. No longer. The decline of newspapers across the country has left us more ignorant of what might affect our finances.

During a recent city commission meeting, some of my neighbors loudly complained they were not told about a proposed multi-family low-income project almost literally in our back yards. They…

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Retiree, parent, longtime journalist, award-winning columnist, news junkie, film buff, contributing writer to the personal finance website HumbleDollar.com.

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