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Senior housing gets $500,000+ in tax credits

February 25, 2014

Natural gas impact fees are going to help to build a senior citizen apartment complex for those seeking to downsize, according to state lawmakers and city official....

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LaughIn

Feb-25-14 12:54 PM

I hope the money received by the Townships and Boroughs outside of the city-where the truck traffic from the gas industry have made major damage to the roads- use it for repairs. Here we go again with public monies being funneled to private sector pockets

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Scott36

Feb-25-14 10:22 AM

fromtheport,

As the other posts say, I am in agreement with you. All this "impact" money being funneled to private hands should be investigated. It IMO, is just not right-Scott

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pinecr

Feb-25-14 9:36 AM

fromtheport...couldn't agree with you more. We have pot holes in our road large enough to swallow a small car and they are using the money to help some rich private developer make even more money...wtf is right.

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enoughalready

Feb-25-14 8:09 AM

I agree fromtheport, the use of this money is ridiculous. At least maybe some of the money will be used to pave that section of Grove St, which is currently deplorable.

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fromtheport

Feb-25-14 7:03 AM

Wtf?? Why are we once again using gas impact money to help private industry instead of public need. And with almost all the gas industry gone now housing is much cheaper than a year ago.

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