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Council Wavers on Housing As Corporation Okays Plans

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Plans revealed last week for the use of University land near the Botanical Gardens and Observatory to alleviate the Cambridge veteran housing shortage have moved a step forward within the past few days with approval by the Corporation of the two alternative proposals suggested by Business Manager Aldrich Durant '02 and Treasurer William H. Claflin '15.

With City Manager John B. Atkinson out of town, the City Council has temporarily withheld its final decision on the two propositions, which would allow the City of Cambridge to rent the land at $1 per annum for five-year temporary housing or might instead give the University a green light on a permanent real estate project of its own.

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