“Four years down the road, we’ll look at what we’ve got and whether or not there was any discrimination involved, and then we’ll re-evaluate the situation,” he said. “There are no new homes being built under the program, nor is there additional money involved for subsidizing homes or for low-cost mortgages. This is a market-based solution. … [I]f we don’t get the anticipated number, then we’ll see if it’s due to market conditions or to discrimination. We just want to give everybody a fair shake.”
Millus said that he would attend a Jan. 9 town meeting to detail the agreement for residents and to answer their questions. “People have a right to complain,” he said. “But they don’t have the right to make up their own facts. There has been a lot of misinformation, and we will clear that up in January.”
No time or site for the meeting has been determined.