Suit resolved over Milford school
#1 Feb 17, 2009
I can understand the issues involved in not letting them lease Parsons. I can understand that they need to follow zoning laws. But doesn't it seem a shame to let an institution of higher education LEAVE Milford? Why would we drive out an institution that surely only enriches the town?
#2 Feb 18, 2009
The city should not rent parsons, as it means they are now in competition with other vacant office spaces here in town. The city has no business doing this, unless it is for a charitable orgaization such as United Way, Catholic Family Services etc. The Institute is a "business". Even though it is listed as a non-profit, all this means is that they divided up the money for salaries so there is "no" profit.
So long, see ya, goodbye to these folks. By the way, by not listed the property as a business they paid less in Milford taxea and should be considered tax cheats.
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