Episcopal Retirement Homes Inc. plans to turn a former residential facility for the mentally handicapped on Trent Boulevard into a housing development for senior citizens with units such as these.
Episcopal Retirement Homes Inc. plans to turn a former residential facility for the mentally handicapped on Trent Boulevard into a housing development for senior citizens with units such as these.
Episcopal Retirement Homes Inc. plans to turn a former residential facility for the mentally handicapped on Trent Boulevard into a housing development for senior citizens with units such as these.

Housing for low-income seniors planned for controversial Trent Boulevard property

January 28, 2014 05:16 PM

UPDATED January 29, 2014 07:16 AM

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