City Of Gainesville Plans To Give Land To Non-Profit
Gainesville City Commissioners are planning to give three parcels of property to a non-profit organization that helps low income families move into their first home.
The commission identified three pieces of land that they are not using to be donated.
The commission is developing a plan that would give three lots owned by the city, to the nonprofit Habitat for Humanity.
The non-profit would then take the land and help low income families move into their first home.
When the city approves the plan, it's up to the non-profit to decide whether or not they'll accept the land.
The commission expects Habitat for Humanity to accept the donation.
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