The silhouettes of Marc Fink, left, and Aubrey Fritz, homeowners in the Villages at Alton Park, are seen in a window reflection of the development as they talk Wednesday on the porch of Fritz's home in Chattanooga about their concerns about the housing development.  Some Alton Park residents are concerned about property values and how the development has been handled by the Chattanooga Housing Authority.
The silhouettes of Marc Fink, left, and Aubrey Fritz, homeowners in the Villages at Alton Park, are seen in a window reflection of the development as they talk Wednesday on the porch of Fritz's home in Chattanooga about their concerns about the housing development. Some Alton Park residents are concerned about property values and how the development has been handled by the Chattanooga Housing Authority.
Photo by Doug Strickland .
published Wednesday, April 24th, 2013
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