https://madison.com/ct/news/local/govt-and-politics/is-your-neighborhood-gentrified-madison-report-identifies-areas-of-displacement/article_d935a2db-cd15-50a1-a18c-a869b48e6a8f.html#utm_source=madison.com&utm_campaign=%2Femail-updates%2Fcaptimes-news&utm_medium=PostUp&utm_content=fd8c3c6070a3285809f07222b4a79626b0c0dac4Hopefully, these efforts in Madison and elsewhere will end gentrification on a large scale and recognize that good public policy can be the bulwark to defend historic neighborhoods that are undergoing development pressures and rapid changes in population.
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