"This email was sent out from Shiller's assistant, Maggie Marystone, in April 2005.
It was sent after UNC met with IHDA folks to discuss why giving Holsten low income tax credits for Wilson Yard housing did not represent the good of the community.
Since this memo clearly states: The Target, movie theaters and affordable housing are inextricably (Webster dictionary--inextricable--So involved that extrication is impossible) connected, why didn't the entire plan collapse when the movie theater pulled out??"
From: Maggie MARYSTONE <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Open Letter from Ald. Shiller to the UNC
To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Letter from Alderman Shiller to the UNC:
Do you want a Target and/or a Movie Theater? If you do, affordable housing is part of the package at Wilson Yard. The three are inextricably connected because each is necessary for the other to make the financing work. A recent email from the UNC encourages people to contact IHDA to oppose the tax
credits for this project. At least know that saying no to the tax credits is also saying no to the movie theaters, the Target, 16,000 square feet of small retail and a small business incubator.
Alderman, 46th Ward