LaHarpe Council considers incentives plan changes

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July 14, 2016 - 12:00 AM

LAHARPE — LaHarpe’s neighborhood revitalization will be investigated in the coming months to determine if houses built at a nearby regional technical education center can qualify.

Ray Maloney, who owns the old Diebolt Lumber property and its buildings — which will serve as the tech ed center’s home — explained his vision Wednesday to LaHarpe City Council members.

Eventually, Maloney would want to see the construction class — which is being offered to area high-schoolers by Fort Scott Community College — build small houses on site and have them moved to various properties.

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