Andrea Dello Russo and Lucas Riordon, with children Summer, 3, and Hudson, 10 months, felt like winners when they learned they had qualified to buy a small house on an acre of land.

Affordable housing sparks Vineyard fight

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / January 16, 2007

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CHAPPAQUIDDICK -- The young couple were struggling to get by on Martha's Vineyard, living in a tent with their 2-year-old daughter, when they got the life-changing news: Through an affordable housing program, Andrea Dello Russo and Lucas Riordon had qualified to buy a small house on an acre of land -- at a price far below the island's soaring real ... (Full article: 1283 words)

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