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The housing policies of the previous century resulted in an unsustainable housing economy that has caused a dangerous ripple-effect through public education and infrastructure systems. The realities of a stalled single-family market require change in order to preserve all that makes our towns special. Demographic trends suggest the need for housing that is affordable and walkable to town centers and transit. But further, a foundation of research indicates the momentous opportunities for future success when children and their parents are situated not only in exceptional schools but also high-resource communities. Can expanding housing choice unlock the as-yet unrealized prospect for lasting family and community sustainability?
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