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Memorial Homes groundbreaking marks start of 12-month phase

November 15, 2013

For those gathered at a pile of rubble at the 1600 block of Memorial Avenue, it was hard to believe that 40 apartments would be constructed at the former Brodart warehouse in about a year’s tim....

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thinblueline

Nov-16-13 9:18 AM

How in the*****can gas impact fees be used for a private project????? This is a joke! Somebody needs to explain this!

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rick424

Nov-15-13 7:27 AM

Corporate welfare even more. Out of state contractor also, interesting. Does this mean the people that live in the neighborhood will no longer afford to live there as their property taxes and house values will more and likely go up. Just saying.

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Capricorn1

Nov-15-13 3:56 AM

"Most of all, he added, the $10 million housing project, using natural gas impact fees, community development fund and private investment money is going to "give back to the neighborhood"

Exactly how is the natural gas industry "impacting" this neighborhood? IMO, just another misuse of Act 13 monies.

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