The Atlanta Housing board of commissioners convenes monthly to discuss policies that dictate how thousands of predominantly low-income residents can or will be helped. Sean Keenan discusses his coverage after attending a board meeting and highlights the significance of more residents attending these monthly meetings. Sean suggests that the new CEO, Eugene Jones, is striving to reinvent the way that we think of public housing. Click here to read the entire opinion piece.
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