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South Boston Council meets with light agenda

SoVaNow.com / July 10, 2017
South Boston Town Council will meet tonight at 7 p.m. at Council Chambers, 502 Yancey Street with a light agenda on tap for the monthly session.

The meeting will include a public hearing on a request for a special use permit to allow the Tultex/Imperial Building to be used for mini-storage and as an open warehouse. The application, presented by the South Boston Industrial Development Authority, comes with the recommendation of the town planning commission.

Council members also will hear a report on the startup of a downtown shop, MANNA “The Natural Experience” by Kecia Kalu, one of a number of new businesses begun under the “SoBo Start-Up!” program through Destination Downtown.

Also on the agenda is a discussion of a real estate acquisition and a request to charge off uncollectable tax bills from years 1993-1996.



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