Perrin J. Lance, left, voices his opinion requesting the Harriet Tubman complex be used for housing again during the Chattanooga Housing Authority's board meeting on Tuesday. The Chattanooga Housing Authority voted unanimously in favor of selling the former Harriet Tubman housing complex to the City of Chattanooga at a sum of $2.6 million  for light industrial use.
Perrin J. Lance, left, voices his opinion requesting the Harriet Tubman complex be used for housing again during the Chattanooga Housing Authority's board meeting on Tuesday. The Chattanooga Housing Authority voted unanimously in favor of selling the former Harriet Tubman housing complex to the City of Chattanooga at a sum of $2.6 million for light industrial use.
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published Tuesday, March 11th, 2014
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After two years of fruitless efforts to sell what was one of the largest public housing complexes in Chattanooga, the housing authority on Tuesday accepted the city’s offer of $2.6 million in cash.

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