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I think his reputation should speak for itself.”The council first considered sending the matter to committee to give Pulsifer a chance to meet with the Old Hill and Upper Hill neighborhood councils, as requested by the presidents of both neighborhood organizations. The property is located at the junction of those two neighborhoods.City officials said the lack of a prior meeting between the developer and neighborhood councils may have been an oversight, but was not a legal requirement for the special permits. Attempts to hold a remote meeting due to the COVID 19 pandemic resulted in delays.Some councilors also raised concerns that the project’s proposed parking lot on Wilbraham Avenue would result in the demolition of three nearby houses and the displacement of those tenants.Councilor Victor Davila said there was no apparent plan for residents being displaced by the project, and he voted against the special permits.Pulsifer said he will confer with the owner of the homes planned for parking to discuss any assistance he can provide for relocation.Councilor Justin Hurst also voted no, saying he was not satisfied with the developer’s track record in hiring local minority contractors for past projects in Springfield, including the former Mason Square fire station and Indian Motocycle Apartments.Other councilors said Pulsifer did great work on those projects, which are in the immediate neighborhood of the Knox project.Council President Marcus Williams took public comments via email, letters and one voice recording, and accepted live comments during a public speak out before the meeting.
We embrace that. That’s our opportunity to make a difference not just in the NFL, but in society in general. We have that ability. House Bill 662 would take effect only in Anne Arundel County and would leave it up to county leaders to decide how much and long the tax credit would last for and determine other elements of the program. It’s sponsored in the House by Del. Brian Chisholm, R Pasadena, and in the Senate by Minority Leader Bryan Simonaire, R Pasadena..