Thursday, January 30, 2014
Scottsdale Opts to Sell Third Distressed Property Targeted for Low-Income Housing | Arizona Builders Exchange
At its Dec. 9 meeting, the council approved two resolutions to acquire and then sell the property at 7234 E. Belleview St., and reimburse $352K in federal funds.
The action is aimed at resolving a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development finding of non-compliance in regard to the property. Councilmen Bob Littlefield and Guy Phillips were the only council members who voted against the resolutions.
Read more...Scottsdale Opts to Sell Third Distressed Property Targeted for Low-Income Housing | Arizona Builders Exchange
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