Times Past-Veterans housing project

  • Joseph Ellinwood, left, chairman of the Athol Housing Authority, presents a check for $18,303, representing remaining assets of the Anzio-Burma roads veterans housing project to Leo J. Dugas, town treasurer. The Athol Housing Authority relinquished all interest in the veterans housing project on Anzio and Burma roads with distribution of the remaining assets to the town and state. The 32 Cape Cod houses constructed in 1950 with authority of the state to provide subsidized housing for World War II veterans, have been sold to private individuals. ATHOL DAILY NEWS/FILE

Published: 10/14/2019 9:32:11 PM
Modified: 10/14/2019 9:32:08 PM


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