Same thing they're doing in Charleston. Trendy white businesses open in a poor area, driving property taxes up, then the poor gullah community who's houses were grandfathered to them are forced to relocate because of the higher property taxes. Looks like the area's getting better, but really you've just displaced the poor. Out of sight, out of mind. Till you have to run an errand in North Charleston.
This is the same thing they're going to do there. It's not fixing people lives, it's just hiding the poor.
So now the problem is more businesses opening and more property taxes to collect?
There are always going to be poor and hopefully programs that help support them. Not sure why collecting more money is a problem.