Neutralizing drugs, and now housing blight

January 10, 2011

A Stockton non-profit group that originally formed to fight a neighborhood’s drug trade has morphed out of necessity into an organization that is buying up abandoned homes, fixing them and getting them back on the market for low-income buyers. Without the group, life in the blighted neighborhood would be even grimmer. See our profile of the group, Stocktonians Taking Action to Neutralize Drugs, below.

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