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“I worry about our safety. I worry about our property. I worry about noise,” said Tamara Vessels.
Vessels has put tender, loving care into the home where she’s lived the past nine years. It’s been a quiet area and a perfect place to raise a family.
“I was shocked. I mean I knew something was going to go up there,” said Vessels. “But I didn’t expect another housing complex. I didn’t. 231. An area, where there are already low income housing complexes, including Romney Meadows.
“They’re putting 200 and some units right on top of Romney Meadows and other tax credit Section 42 housing, which we think is a bad idea,” said Mayor Tony Roswarski.
Roswarski has been aggressively pushing back against the plans. The mayor made his opinion clear to local, state and federal lawmakers.
He’s come to find that the decision is out of his hands. The piece of property the developers have their eyes on is already zoned R3, which is zoned for multi family apartments.
He said the developers just need the tax credits and as long as they follow certain guidelines it will most likely be approved.
“And basically it’s almost nothing,” said Roswarski. “Is there water and sewer at the location? Is there infrastructure? Does it meet the zoning requirements and are you not putting too many people of certain incomes in a geographic area. Which must be a huge number because we have several complexes out there.”