On Monday, the foundation will meet to review whether the city’s proposed sale agreement aligns with the terms under which the foundation gave the property to the city Nov. 28, 1969, according to Scott Weirman, the foundation president. A covenant signed by the city and the foundation that year aimed to safeguard the land as a resource for public use.
Don’t see the foundation standing in the way, but as I say over and over again, nothing surprises me.
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