Habitat for Humanity groundbreaking

Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman speaks during a groundbreaking ceremony for a Habitat for Humanity build on Oct. 29.

GOSHEN — Habitat for Humanity can’t start a home build for a mother of two in Goshen until the city pays to fix a past mistake from demolition at the property.

The Goshen Board of Works on Monday voted to pay up to $10,616 for Advanced Excavating to remove buried debris from a Hickory Street address in the West Goshen neighborhood. The site is the future home of Syrinity Smith-Beach, her 10-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son.

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