Ann Arbor Area Community News
The recently scrapped plans for William Street Station has left many people wondering what is going to happen with the 100 units of affordable housing that were going to be built as part of that plan.
On Tuesday, the City of Ann Arbor Housing and Human Services Advisory Board will hold a public meeting on just this topic.
Here’s the text of a flyer I recently received:
Ann Arbor Housing and Human Services Advisory Board Public Meeting
As part of its 2008 work plan, and with the assistance of the Office of Community Development, the City of Ann Arbor Housing and Human Services Advisory Board (HHSAB) is charged with preparing a written recommendation to the City Council, on or before May 31, 2008, summarizing options and a recommendation for the development of 100 units of affordable housing for low-income residents, including supportive services for the residents of this housing. These units will replace 100 SRO units located at the former YMCA site.
The HHSAB requests public comment at a meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 6 p.m. to address the following issues, and requests:
The public is encouraged to participate and share its opinion.
The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. Feb. 12, in the lower level conference room at 200 North Main Street, Ann Arbor.
For additional information or questions, please contact Jennifer Hall by calling 734.622.9006.
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