Fair Housing Group Challenges Town's Lack of Affordable Housing

Fair Housing Group Challenges Town's Lack of Affordable Housing



Facts: The Inclusive Communities Project (ICP), a nonprofit fair housing group in Dallas, went to court alleging that the Town of Flower Mound, Texas, violated the Fair Housing Act by systematically blocking the creation of affordable rental housing. According to ICP, the town refuses to develop Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) rental housing in the community. ICP also claims that the town's zoning plan limits the number of low-income units to only 4 percent of all housing units in Flower Mound.

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