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“Well, I think that would affect our pro-forma.”

At the June 23rd Planning Board meeting, Warmington Homes project manager David Day was so certain that the fix was in to support his proposal to push all the low and very-low income homes out of his Grand Marina Village project and into an “off-site” location at the former Alameda Island High School site, that he couldn’t even conceive of re-visiting his financial projections.

When Planning Board member Marilyn Ashcraft started to make a motion to change the mix of very-low, low and moderate income homes, Mr. Day responded “Well, I think that would affect our pro-forma. We’ve already pro-forma’d this offsite option…that would change everything.” To the credit of Ms. Ashcraft, she responded “But you hadn’t come before us yet.” Unfortunately, to her detriment, she didn’t follow through on her motion, and let it drop.

 

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