Kent Attainable Housing acquires 1st property

From left: Jonathan Chace, Genie Wootton of Rasin, Wootton and Hurd law firm, Lani Seikaly and Ed Minch at the Kent Attainable Housing first property settlement.

CHESTERTOWN — The newly created Kent Attainable Housing Inc. has purchased its first lot, in Chestertown, according to a news release.

The purchase was made possible by “generous donors” and the law firm of Rasin, Wootton and Hurd, which did the settlement pro bono.

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