“Baby Got Back” by Sir Mix-A-Lot is shaking its rear to the top of the charts; Robin Williams is granting wishes in Disney’s “Aladdin,” the top grossing movie of 1992; and at AND, construction is completed on Connecticut Court, our first affordable family development. The Connecticut Court development on Potrero Hill’s Connecticut St. was created to provide affordable housing for low-income residents with an interest in initiating family business live-work opportunities, or enhancing income levels toward self-sufficiency. Constructed on a steep upslope, the units are designed with an open plan on the lower floor with two bedrooms and a loft area on the upper floor. Participants in AND’s construction training program for at-risk, low-income youth and adults--Employment Training Center (ETC)--helped with construction and AND’s Family Youth Resource (FYR) dept. supported tenants in achieving their goals of independence and economic self-sufficiency.