Frustrated residents to hear housing plan tonight
Written by Kristan Zimmer, editor
Frustrated Quarry Knoll residents will hear Housing Authority plans to rebuild and expand the senior housing development, at a meeting tonight at 6:30 at 15 Quarry Knoll community room.
Earlier this week, residents of Quarry Knoll and neighboring streets complained that they were not notified of the meeting. Then Monday night, many received a notice on their doorstep announcing the planned presentation.
Executive Director Anthony Johnson said the purpose of the meeting is to quell rumors about the proposal and make people aware of the plans for the town’s senior housing units there. The proposal to rebuild its Quarry Knoll senior housing development and expand its McKinney Terrace complex would achieve a net gain of 172 housing units.
“It’s the same proposal we’ve had all along,” he said....
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BREACH OF PEACE
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