Council unanimously approves new senior housing district

After being continued twice, the Grand Street Reinvestment Housing Incentive District public hearing was finally conducted at the Gardner City Council’s Aug. 21 meeting.There were no public comments at the hearing just as the previous two hearings on July 17 and Aug. 7.The original public hearing on July 17 was continued because bond counsel Tyler Ellsworth with Kutak Rock law firm said officials were still finalizing one detail.The Grand Street Development is a residential development being considered as a Reinvestment Housing Incentive District. The proposal includes housing for 87 senior villas in the western half property, 110 senior town homes…

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