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News - October 19, 2018

City cuts deal to make East Whisman housing happen

Council agrees to reduced affordable housing over developer's concerns

by Mark Noack

A proposal by SummerHill Housing to slightly reduce its affordable housing requirements for a new East Whisman apartment project got the City Council's blessing on Tuesday. The proposed 447-unit housing project planned at 355 East Middlefield Road is now slated to include 67 subsidized apartments.

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