Housing Fund Hearing Elicits Support, And Some Opposition, In Southampton - 27 East

Housing Fund Hearing Elicits Support, And Some Opposition, In Southampton

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Assistant Town attorney Mark Mcredmond and Town Housing Director Kara Bak at Tuesday's Community Housing Fund hearing .  KITTY MERRILL

Assistant Town attorney Mark Mcredmond and Town Housing Director Kara Bak at Tuesday's Community Housing Fund hearing . KITTY MERRILL

Kitty Merrill on Jun 15, 2022
On Tuesday, members of the public had the chance to offer input on the Community Housing Fund, which, if approved by voters in November, would enact a half-percent real estate... more

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