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Is gentrification a boom or bust for a neighborhood in flux? Two residents air their grievances.

By Phil Primack
March 14, 2004

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Jones Hill, a Dorchester neighborhood of single- and multi-family homes east of Uphams Corner, is in many ways ground zero for Boston's gentrification. Some house hunters and developers see opportunity here to buy quality, if sometimes run-down, housing at affordable prices. But longtime residents fear change and surging home prices and property taxes. Matthew Strauss, 37, a senior analyst for ... (Full Article: 869 Words)

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