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54 TAFT AVENUE, WEST NEWTON


IMPORTANT: Come and support CAN-DO at the meeting of the Land Use Committee of the Board of Aldermen, Tuesday, March 17, 7:00 PM at Newton City Hall in Room 211 to support CAN-DO's request for $584,029 in Community Preservation funds as recommended by the Community Preservation Committee.



Project Description: The project will rehabilitate an existing 1470 sq. ft. home, remove the back porch, and add an 1100 sq. ft. addition, to create two permanently affordable units. One of the units will be marketed to homeless families. The rents will be set at rates affordable to families below 70% of area median income.

For more details go the city of Newton website - www.newtonma.gov/gov/planning/hcd/housingdev/projects.asp

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