City donates property to Pathstone for construction of new house

Nov. 23—ANDERSON — The Anderson Community Development Department has donated two lots for the construction of a house.

The Anderson Board of Public Works on Tuesday approved the donation of the property at 2118 Fletcher St. to PathStone for the construction of a three-bedroom house.

The property is in the same block that Pathstone is constructing a house, and Habitat for Humanity is working with students at D26 to construct a third house in the same block.

Lelia Kelley, director of the Community Development Department, said the city is providing $200,000 in Community Development Block Grant Home funds for the construction.

In other business, the board approved the purchase of a new paver, roller and tack wagon for the city street department for $285,350.

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