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Kenneson: Are city’s priorities an old home, or active homes?

Posted: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 4:09 pm

You could be forgiven if, after attending last week’s Monroe City Council meeting, you thought this city’s elected officials cared more about the future of a crumbling old home than the future of 100 locals who will not have one in less than two months.

You might have wondered, after listening to a debate about whether retired businessman Rick Holder should keep the original granite foundation of the Wright-Henson House when he moves it, if anyone on the council was concerned about dozens of local children who will lose the foundation of their lives on Oct. 11.

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