First published in the FORT WORTH STAR TELEGRAM

ARLINGTON -- The City Council gave preliminary approval Tuesday to a rezoning request that would allow construction of a supervised-living facility for homeless first-time mothers in east Arlington.
The Arlington Housing Authority and Tarrant County Public Health are collaborating on the project, which still needs a second council vote for official approval.
The proposed two-story, five-bedroom group home on Selfridge Drive would house up to four participants in Tarrant County's Nurse-Family Partnership. That program, which aims to reduce the county's high infant mortality rate, provides Medicaid-eligible participants with maternal and early childhood health services and other resources.
The home would be built with proceeds that the agency collected from renovating and selling other foreclosed Arlington homes to qualified low-income residents, according to the executive director of the housing authority.
- Susan Schrock, Star Telegram

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