The following memo was released by the City Attorney to recap the process under which the City has participated to receive a $4.6 million property from the US Army and US HUD. The property will be used for a police substation which will relieve the city of hundreds of thousands of dollars in lease payments currently spent on other buildings.
I have advocated for several years to find the homeless services provider, MHA America, an alternate site (other than the lot adjacent to the City Public Health Department) .
I will continue to keep residents updated as this process continues.
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Tuesday, March 5, 2013
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