A history of Freeport Housing board woes
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In dark basements under two Freeport public housing projects, a quarter-million taxpayer dollars' worth of unused windows have collected dust for two years.
Freeport Housing Authority commissioners and attorneys say the windows can't be installed because they weren't designed to work with child safety guards. The windows can't be returned because they were custom made, and the best option...