Gated Communities are Breaking the Mold

Study finds that gated communities are not the exclusive enclaves that they're often made out to be.
April 8, 2004, 6am PDT | Erin Clark
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According to a new study by the Public Policy Institute of California, life inside the gates of "common interest developments" is not that different from life outside. In fact, residents of planned developments are increasingly socially and economically diverse--signalling reason to be optimistic about the future of "privately governed" communities.

Thanks to Scripps Howard News Service

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Published on Monday, April 5, 2004 in The Sacramento Bee
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