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Courthouse Square Troubles

 

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Other callers appreciated having the issues raised. "I don't think our senior citizens need to live in an environment which they don't think is safe," said Rosemary Wilson, who had to move her mother out of Courthouse Square when she grew frightened by its growing population of subsidized tenants. "In Ann Arbor, that's what you end up with, because we're socially conscious," she reflected. "On the one hand, I want to help them. On the other hand, I don't want to live around them."


On May 14, 2010, paul jensen wrote:
I really very satisfied now that the new manager ms jackson has taken over after years of neglect she has brought the place back to life IM paul jensen a trusted resident

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