Northside resident Paris Miller says her 2 year-old Amir doesn’t have a problem getting to sleep when the college students next door get too noisy. Her husband Gerald Foushee finds it hard to sleep, however, and they’ve had to call the police a few times in the last year, Miller said. But her biggest concern is that few children Amir’s age live in the Northside neighborhood, which means he won’t have the experience growing up there that his father did, she said.
Northside resident Paris Miller says her 2 year-old Amir doesn’t have a problem getting to sleep when the college students next door get too noisy. Her husband Gerald Foushee finds it hard to sleep, however, and they’ve had to call the police a few times in the last year, Miller said. But her biggest concern is that few children Amir’s age live in the Northside neighborhood, which means he won’t have the experience growing up there that his father did, she said. Submitted
Northside resident Paris Miller says her 2 year-old Amir doesn’t have a problem getting to sleep when the college students next door get too noisy. Her husband Gerald Foushee finds it hard to sleep, however, and they’ve had to call the police a few times in the last year, Miller said. But her biggest concern is that few children Amir’s age live in the Northside neighborhood, which means he won’t have the experience growing up there that his father did, she said. Submitted

Northside rolls with change, but keeps grip on the past

July 10, 2014 1:09 PM