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Aldermen call for housing, school funds to be used

August 3, 2023

Frederick’s aldermen want the city to commit to spending money it has received from developers to build more affordable housing and school facilities. The city has nearly $6 million in school mitigation funds — intended to offset development in areas where schools are already overcrowded — and almost $5 million for building affordable housing paid by developers in lieu of putting affordable units in their projects, Alderman Ben MacShane said Wednesday.

Article Source: Frederick News-Post

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