Loss of apartments could hurt enrollment in Texas district

March 7, 2008
Redevelopment in Addison, Texas, raises concerns in Carrollton-Farmers Branch district

The redevelopment of aging apartment complexes in Addison, Texas, is a double-edged sword. The economic activity is good for the construction industry. But the shops, offices and homes that eventually will replace the apartments probably will bring many fewer school-age children. And that has consequences for Carrollton-Farmers Branch district, which depends on student attendance for state funding.

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