For as long as she can afford to live in Arlington, Monica Morin will be getting around by bike and bus.
“I had an opportunity to create a better life for my son.”
“I want to enable people like my father and extended family to feel at home even in the most unfortunate of circumstances.”
“I hope those of us who love this county and want to stay can have our concerns heard and addressed.”
“Honestly, the reason I came back to Arlington is because I can live with my parents for free.”
For Wilma Jones, life in Arlington is steeped in family history and deep community ties to the Hall’s Hill neighborhood.
“What I love most about living in Arlington is its unceasing ability to prioritize and fight for the under served, underrepresented, and disadvantaged.”
“I think diversity and inclusion through affordable housing is something we should all advocate.” Carolyn Heaps
“I have it all,” Christine Searle says of living in Arlington.
Once Mark Riley thought he’d have to leave Arlington. Now, he’s speaking up for his neighbors facing rising housing prices.