Thursday, April 09, 2009

Housing Authority hires a lawyer

The NHRs Luther Turmelle reports:

The Housing Authority has hired a lawyer to explore its options after the Planning and Zoning Commission voted last month to reject a request for a setback waiver for 20 units of affordable housing on 2.73 acres off West Main Street.

Tim White


Anonymous said...

Wonderful. We can have one town board spend nonexistent money to hire a lawyer to sue another town board, running up legal expenses there as well.

How do we fire the Housing Authority? Can't they read the damm paper and see we are in a depression and shouldn't be wasting money!

Anonymous said...

It makes as much sense as punching yourself in the stomach