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Belfast City Council
  • Published
    June 21, 2021

    City gets block grants for housing development, building façade improvements

    HUD grant of $500,000 will go toward 48 new affordable housing units on Congress Street, while $100,000 will help eliminate blighted conditions on downtown building fronts.

  • Published
    June 18, 2021

    City approves budget, expects slightly lower mill rate

    Councilor calls this year’s budget process 'smooth, efficient and productive.'

  • Published
    November 18, 2010

    Two grants, two events and a water bill open new Council session

    Apart from voting to take legal action to secure ownership of the old Crosby High School building (see related article), the Belfast City Council took on a light agenda Nov. 16 during the first regular meeting since the election winners were sworn in discussing several holiday events, a pair of grants and attempting to straighten out a water bill. New Ward 5 City Councilor Nancy Hamilton, who replaces Lewis ...

  • Published
    November 18, 2010

    City forecloses on former Crosby School

    The city of Belfast has foreclosed on the National Theatre Workshop of the Handicapped building — formerly Crosby High School — for an unpaid sewer bill, and may seek a judicial determination that the building now belongs to the city. According to City Manager Joe Slocum, the city foreclosed on the property in July because of the former owner’s failure to pay a sewer lien. He described the foreclosure process ...

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