March 18, 2019 | Firm News
Rich May Congratulates Three Families Chosen by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Plymouth for its Next Development
By: Rich May
On March 10, 2019, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Plymouth, Inc. announced the three families designated for its new three-home development.
Two of the three future homes were designated as Veteran housing. Pictured here with her children is one future homeowner, Tracy Hillman, an Air Force veteran who served nine years in active duty and six years in the Army reserves, including six tours in the Middle East. Also pictured are James Middleton, Executive Director of HFHGP and Rich May attorney Danielle Justo, Site Selection co-Chair and pro bono counsel.
A Rich May Team led by Attorney Justo oversaw the application process with the Town of Plymouth for acquisition of the tax title land, DHCD approval and three grants under the Community Preservation Act, Pinehills Affordable Housing Trust and Town of Plymouth payment-in-lieu program.
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