A sign at a Chattanooga Housing Authority apartment informs residents about how profits from vending machines on premises can no longer be put toward resident events but must be turned over to CHA. 
Staff photo by Dan Henry/Chattanooga Times Free Press
A sign at a Chattanooga Housing Authority apartment informs residents about how profits from vending machines on premises can no longer be put toward resident events but must be turned over to CHA. Staff photo by Dan Henry/Chattanooga Times Free Press
published Sunday, March 20th, 2011
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Public housing residents living in high-rise buildings for the elderly and disabled have grown accustomed to using proceeds from vending machines and laundry facilities to pay for Christmas parties and other activities.

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