Lawyer For Affordable Housing Claims Discrimination by the Guilford


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GUILFORD – An attorney representing the developer behind a proposed 100-unit apartment complex on Hubbard Road said the project is drawing unnecessary scrutiny from town wetlands officials because of the 30 proposed “affordable units.” Amy Blume, a New Haven-based attorney representing Connecticut Affordable Housing Initiative, told the Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday night that […]
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