Preserving homes

07/28/2014 4:44 PM

07/28/2014 4:46 PM

The gentrification of the TCU area will continue if money and political power prevail, with developers profiting off the wealthy families of students who can afford to attend this university.

When the cost of education pushes more and more students into online education, who will fill the vacant, dorm-like buildings? The people who lost their homes?

Be careful where you live and where you retire.

— Mark Mulligan Sr., Hurst

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