East Bay residents unhappy about apartments' conversion to affordable housing

Monday, October 7, 2019

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ANTIOCH — Surrounded by paper piles and colorful empty bins stacked against her bedroom wall, retired preschool teacher Thelma Fields wonders when she will have to pack things up so her apartment complex can be converted to affordable housing.
The renovation work was promised months earlier, but the 73-year-old former Head Start teacher is just relieved the new owner of Villa Medanos finally approved her application to continue living there, even though it will be less affordable since her rent. . .

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