What Are Our Community's Housing Needs? (1993)
One basic need in every community, regardless of its size or location, is adequate shelter for present residents and potential new families. The generic term of housing involves far more than simply the erecting of buildings. It involves assessment of the total community -- population trends, economic resources, technical resources, physical resources and social values.
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