Alan and Areli Josserand play with their 5-month-old baby Andre in their kitchen before dinner on Wednesday in the Water Garden community in Raleigh. Water Garden Village is a 60-unit community that offers apartments for individuals and families with incomes less than 60% of the area median.
Alan and Areli Josserand play with their 5-month-old baby Andre in their kitchen before dinner on Wednesday in the Water Garden community in Raleigh. Water Garden Village is a 60-unit community that offers apartments for individuals and families with incomes less than 60% of the area median. jhknight@newsobserver.com
Alan and Areli Josserand play with their 5-month-old baby Andre in their kitchen before dinner on Wednesday in the Water Garden community in Raleigh. Water Garden Village is a 60-unit community that offers apartments for individuals and families with incomes less than 60% of the area median. jhknight@newsobserver.com

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