Housing Authority mulling removal of Cooper Homes fence
slideshow When Dianne Beason steps outside her apartment at Cooper Homes each morning, the first thing she sees is an eight-foot-tall black metal fence.
Ever since the Anniston Housing Authority erected it more than a decade ago, Beason said, she has felt trapped. The fence has only two exits for the large public housing complex.
"They need to go ahead and tear it down," Beason said after sweeping her sidewalk across from the fence. "They put it up when I moved here and I said, 'Why do they need to go and do something like that?'"
However, Beason's concerns, along with... read more
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