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Dear Fort Worth Report friend,

Good morning! 

In your Monday Report: In this week's Where I Live, Linda Fulmer fights back against the negative perception of the East Fort Worth neighborhood White Lake Hills in an essay about her love for her community.

Where I Live: Love of East Fort Worth leads to White Lake Hills
Also, looking for a lower utility bill while also helping the environment? Ferrier Custom Homes in Fort Worth can help. The company specializes in sustainable housing to both increase energy efficiency and help the environment. Reporter Kristen Barton has the details on how the company is changing the housing market.

• Ferrier Custom Homes focuses on going green in Fort Worth
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ON TAP: A new Texas Christian University Community Scholar and mentee of Latinas in Progress, Melissa Martinez talked with reporter Cristian ArguetaSoto about her experience as a first-generation Latina college student. Through fundraising and teaching sessions, the Hispanic woman-based program helps women like Martinez traverse higher education. Look for this story soon; make sure you keep coming back for the latest, relevant reports on Fort Worth Report.

As always, thanks for reading, and please let us know what you want in your Report.

Kristen Barton,
Enterprise Reporter
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What we're reading

Editor’s note: 'What we're reading' is a feature designed to boost knowledge of Fort Worth and Tarrant County residents through collaboration with other area news organizations. Any views or opinions in the stories linked below are not representative of Fort Worth Report.

 20 Fort Worth companies that broke the 100-year mark. 
◾ How North Texans can help Afghan refugees settling in Dallas-Fort Worth.
◾ Fort Worth-brewed Yuengling beer makes Texas debut.

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