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Jennifer Spencer, community manager at Winslow Pointe, explains a portion of a lease to a couple renting a unit at the new apartments Thursday afternoon. (Rhett Butler/The Daily Reflector)
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Jennifer Spencer, community manager at Winslow Pointe, explains a portion of a lease to a couple renting a unit at the new apartments Thursday afternoon. (Rhett Butler/The Daily Reflector)

Residents point to better future

By Michael Abramowitz

The Daily Reflector

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The big move began on Thursday for 84 qualified families selected to reside at a newly constructed Greenville housing complex designed and developed for low and moderate income residents.

The staff at Winslow Pointe on Hooker Road, with its Energy Star design and the amenities of modern working-class community-style apartment living, welcomed the first group of new residents, some of who were getting their first look inside their new homes.


“I’m very excited,” said Jasmine Pitt, 23, of Greenville, a home health aide who was moving in with her 1-year-old daughter. “It’s really pretty and I like all the features; the balcony, washer-dryer hookups, the dining area and living room. I especially like the digitally controlled heat and A/C system.”

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*we definitely want to

*we definitely want to encourage low income residents into growing greenville. *and why does gov subsidized housing need a clubhouse and a workout room?

Peppe, would you rather they

Peppe, would you rather they live on the streets? Maybe we can just load them up on a bus and send them elsewhere? Where shall they live? And as far as the fitness equipment goes they need to workout so maybe they won't need government subsidized healthcare?

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