Amid dissent, school board approves Salem urban renewal

The Salem-Keizer School Board on Tuesday approved a request from the city of Salem to support tax exemptions for a downtown urban renewal project.

M Parkside Living, LLC, had received unanimous approval from the Salem City Council for The Court Yard Apartments, which would consist of a 42,866-square-foot apartment building with 40 units, a 2,359-square-foot commercial building, and 40 parking spaces.

For the project to be . . .

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