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Mason City Council to hold three public hearings Tuesday



This news story was published on September 17, 2012.
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City Hall in Mason City.

MASON CITY – The Mason City Council will meet Tuesday night at the Mason City Library at 7 PM.

On the agenda, the Council will set October 31st from 5 PM to 7 PMas trick or treat night.

The Council will also accept an annual report from the Mason City Housing Authority, whose mission is to “promote adequate and affordable housing.”

The Housing Authority served 429 Section 8 Voucher program participants in FY 2012, up from 417 in FY 2011.  The Housing Authority had $2,268,035 in revenue in FY 2012, mostly from HUD Grants.

Public hearings will be held on three issues:

– Determining an area of the city to be an economic development area

– Approving and authorizing a development agreement between the City and Legacy Mason City, PL for a senior housing development just south of the Menard’s store

– Vacation of 1st Street SW between Linden Drive and South Taylor Ave. for a Mercy Hospital expansion project

The Council may also permanently vacate an alley to Mason City Harley as part of a development agreement.  This item is on 2nd reading or final.

Alley to be vacated for Harley Davidson dealership.

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3 Responses to Mason City Council to hold three public hearings Tuesday

  1. LVS Reply Report comment

    September 17, 2012 at 9:08 am

    Harley should not get this public alley. They have recieved enough free money from the taxpayers. Of course my opinionmeans nothing as the council has already decided to give away another portion of our city.

    And of course they will turn down the senior housing development because it might cause Marinos to lower their rent costs to something seniors can afford. The slum loards are all alike. They want to get rich on the backs of seniors.

  2. Anonymous Reply Report comment

    September 17, 2012 at 7:16 am

    Harley doesn’t own the alley yet. How could they build on it?

  3. blog Reply Report comment

    September 17, 2012 at 5:24 am

    I remember the harley deal showing that the two buildings were to be connected to greatly increase their square footage. This has not been done other than a small addition and a face lift so is the dollar amount of the Minert/ Beerman deal going to be reduced.