GUILFORD — The room at Guilford’s Nathanael B. Greene Community Center was packed Tuesday night with hundreds of residents who had come to vote on whether to convey a parcel of land downtown to NeighborWorks New Horizons, a nonprofit that aims to develop 16 affordable housing units on the town’s Woodruff property.
It was the biggest turnout that Tom Cruess, the organization’s president, had seen at such a meeting in Connecticut, he told the crowd. Folks tasked with issuing vote cards said they handed out 261.
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Published on February 12, 2020 by Meghan Friedman