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Second Public Hearing - N. Main Street Targeted Site Housing Rehabilitation Project
The Town of South Boston will hold a Public Hearing / Community Meeting on February 24, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. at the Washington Coleman Community Center Library located at 1927 Jeffress Blvd., South Boston, VA 24592 and via virtual meeting to solicit public input on a proposed Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application to be submitted to the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development for the N. Main Street Targeted Site Housing Rehabilitation Project. Residents of the project area are encouraged to attend. The N. Main Street Targeted Site Housing Rehabilitation Project application will include housing rehabilitation and/or substantial reconstruction for low- and moderate-income residents within the project area.
Attendance in person may be limited to abide by social distancing guidelines and attendees will need to follow the Governor’s executive orders related to COVID-19 and wear a face covering. To participate virtually, please connect via Zoom using the Meeting ID: 959 3969 3609 Passcode: 197976. To participate without internet, please call (301) 715-8592 and use the Meeting ID and Password # above.
A fact sheet with information on projected beneficiaries, including the number of low- and moderate-income residents to benefit from the proposed project, and plans to minimize displacement will be presented for comment. Citizens will also be given the opportunity to comment on South Boston’s past use of CDBG funds. A fact sheet on the proposed project and/or the draft application is available at the Southside Planning District Commission, 200 S. Mecklenburg Ave., South Hill, VA 23970. For additional information, contact Mrs. Sangi Cooper, Senior Planner, Southside Planning District Commission, 200 S. Mecklenburg Ave., South Hill, VA 23970, by phone: (434) 447-7101 ext. 203, or by email: email@example.com.
Comments and grievances can be submitted in writing to the Town of South Boston at 455 Ferry Street, South Boston, VA 24592 or by phone at 434-575-4200 and/or Virginia Relay 7-1-1 until March 4, 2021.
If you plan to attend and have any special needs requirements, please call the number listed above.