Inaccuracies, assumptions clouded facts about Habitat
This is in response to the letter by A. I. Johnson of Newark that appeared in the Thursday, Dec. 6, edition of the Morris Daily Herald. The article includes inaccuracies and incorrect assumptions that I feel compelled to address.
Should the city of Morris decide to purchase another piece of the old Federal Paperboard property on the east side of town, and should it decide to offer some of the property to Grundy-Three Rivers Habitat for Humanity, it would be handled in the same manner that the city sold the first five lots to Habitat for Humanity.
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