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"The City of New Rochelle Selling yet another poorly maintained building?

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"The City of New Rochelle Selling yet another poorly maintained building?

July 20, 2012 - 15:57


Are we selling off yet another City Owned Property that has been poorly managed and cared for, for how much and why?

I didn’t even realize it was owned by the city. There is some great work going on in that area and I sure hope this is part of the plan and we see the true value for that property.

I saw this today when I received an e-mail from the city because I have subscribed to Current Bids & RFPs on www.newrochelleny.com which sends out updates and new items. If you go to the city web site you can sign up to get information sent to you on several different items. Just go to the city site and click on the "Notify Me" heading on the lower left hand side of the page and you can sign on to receive e-mails on many different important things going on in the city.I see these things because I subscribe. What about the citizens that don't. We need to develope a better way to let the community know what is being done with our tax dollars.

The City of New Rochelle New York

Specification No. 4944
A municipal property, sometimes referred to as the Martin Luther King Center, located at 95 Lincoln Avenue, New Rochelle, NY 10801 (Block 1405; Lot 0021) is offered for sale by its owner, the City of New Rochelle. Built in 1971, the building is currently occupied by a tenant and operated as a community center, including a daycare facility which occupies the entire second floor.