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Demolition process explained to neighbors

August 23, 2013

Contractors handling the demolition through extermination phases of a vacant Brodart site at 1609 Memorial Avenue — location of a future 40-unit apartment complex to be known as Memorial Homes — wer......

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Aug-23-13 6:47 PM

If this money is being used to help private buisness i want in!!!!

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Aug-23-13 3:06 PM

Capricorn, I focused on the same thing. Is the money "really" being used to placate people? If someone does fill you in on "what you are missing", PLEASE pass it on to me!!! Scott

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Aug-23-13 10:51 AM

"Neighbors play an important role in improvement of surrounding properties. Some 150 property owners were notified of financial opportunities available to repair building code deficiencies and raise the value of their property.

Hughey wondered why none of the "gas money" goes to landlords who rent and have tenants.

Efforts are underway to secure funds for neighborhood improvements for those with rental properties, said Kim Wheeler, lead county community development planner."

This has me scratching my head. Why is this Act 13 money being used to fix up personal property? Isn't this money suppose to be used to benefit all like street repair and other infrastructure needs that the gas industry has had an impact on? Correct me please if I'm missing something.

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Aug-23-13 8:46 AM

Rats, noise and dust.... as opposed to an abandoned property? Eventually all three of those problems will go away.

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