URA grant recipient under fire

From the Tribune Review —

A comparison of 21 applications signed by Edelstein and submitted to the URA and BBI shows the construction estimates given to the URA were considerably higher than those submitted to the Bureau of Building Inspection. …

… City Councilman Patrick Dowd, who represents Lawrenceville and Polish Hill, said Wylie Holdings should not receive more grant money until it repays its debt. “We don’t sell property to people with liens against them,” Dowd said, referring to the city’s policy of selling vacant lots to homeowners. Read the entire article