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By the time Covid-19 hit, the Dorothy J. Collier Community Center had reverted to its original role as a senior center, with Hamilton and Jones in leadership roles. They managed to continue a senior meals program with curbside pickup and social programs via Zoom through the pandemic. They had reopened for in-person activities and were building youth programs, including a free kids’ summer camp, when the racist mass shooting a few blocks away targeted their predominantly Black community.

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The development firm owned by Carl and William Paladino is hoping to create 300 to 400 units of affordable housing in the city in the next couple of years – a significant increase compared to the limited holdings it now has in that arena, said William Paladino, the company's CEO.

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