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Neighbors unite against housing project; Frankford residents fear return of crime if developer prevails
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The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Author: Jacobson, Joan
Date: Aug 02, 1996
Start Page: 1.B
Section: METRO
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COLOR PHOTO 1 COLOR PHOTO 2 PHOTO; Caption: Deserted: Greg Anderson, 12, rides his bicycle on an empty street past the mostly boarded Strathdale Manor Apartments in the Frankford neighborhood in Northeast Baltimore. A developer wants to resurrect the apartment project. Visit: Gladine Harvey, a board member of the Frankford Improvement Association, which opposes the developer's plan, tours Strathdale Manor's ravaged units. Vacant: Frank Simon, treasurer of the Frankford Improvement Association, peers into an empty apartment at the Strathdale Manor complex.; Credit: DENNIS DRENNER PHOTOS : SPECIAL TO THE SUN DENNIS DRENNER PHOTOS : SPECIAL TO THE SUN DENNIS DRENNER : SPECIAL TO THE SUN

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