The Galveston Housing Authority on Tuesday approved a resolution to move forward with plans for a mixed-income development at the Oleander Homes site north of Broadway.

This comes after years of uncertainty about what could be done with the authority-owned property that once was the site of a public housing project.

Kathryn Eastburn: 409-683-5257; kathryn.eastburn@galvnews.com.

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Jarvis Buckley

This seems practical, could have been done long ago.

George Croix

"Over time, the property was deemed unsuitable for redeveloping as public housing because of perceived environmental concerns, because it’s in a high poverty area, because it isn’t near essential services and because it’s in an industrial area."

Against it before, before for it now...................

Well................

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