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Letter details planned development

February 25, 2013

SALEM — The NRP Group outlined details about the planned Salem Pointe apartment development in a recent letter sent to Mayor John Berlin, with the number of units to be built reduced from 120 down t......

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gimmieabreak

Mar-07-13 8:08 AM

Amen

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notSocialist

Feb-27-13 6:43 AM

Sure did, thanx.

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KsBug79

Feb-26-13 11:10 AM

NotSocialist - you forgot the ones on Southeast Blvd.

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ladybug

Feb-26-13 10:08 AM

You asked for it and you got it.

Anybody not seeing this from the very beginning !!!!!!!

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concerned

Feb-26-13 8:48 AM

Hey maybe we could get the record as the city with the most projects with the best looking downtown area. Now there is a goal to strive for. : )

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gimmieabreak

Feb-26-13 8:43 AM

Good point, nonSocialist! Maybe we can apply for the Guinness Book of Records for a city with the most "projects"!

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notSocialist

Feb-26-13 8:01 AM

Don't we have three in town already? "The projects on Prospect, the apartments behind Salem plaza, and the other one on Lexington?

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concerned

Feb-26-13 5:57 AM

If memnory serves me correctly was not this project billed in the begining as a development with "Young Executive" type housing? I guess those "young executive" type housing units are just not going to be occupied by young executives, but rather by welfare type people. Is this the kind of growth that Salem needs? I wondered at the time, where they were going to find that many young executives to fill up those units. I guess we know now how they are going to do that. I wonder what that area will look like in say 5 years? Will they be well kept units or will we need to have a police officer assigned sepcifically to that area? I am thinking the latter.

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MJCAMP75

Feb-25-13 1:51 PM

Just remember the council members who support this when election time comes.

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gimmieabreak

Feb-25-13 1:05 PM

A few years ago, Walmart or another big store wanted to go into this area. Too bad that certain groups stalled that from happening.Would have been better to have put the proposed "project" where Walmart is and have kept the commercial area on the West side of the "hill".Finishing off Pershing St. was to be for business. Here we go again!Stay tuned!

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MJCAMP75

Feb-25-13 12:54 PM

Gimme, Youre so right. Welcome to Northeast Liverpool. 90 apartments for dirty mothers and their dealer, no job baby daddy's.......

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gimmieabreak

Feb-25-13 8:32 AM

Well, it appears that the housing development that was supposed to NOT be all low income housing will become the "Salem Projects". Council should not change the Commercial zoned property to include even MORE of the same. Leave it for commercial development or let it remain empty.

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