This evening, a reader informed Gossips of a further development. The Galvan Foundation has contributed $1 million to the Savannah Affordable Housing Fund and will be investing an estimated $5 million in developing nineteen city-owned properties in Savannah. All the information can be found in this article from the Savannah Morning News: "Nonprofit to convert 19 city-owned properties to affordable housing. Here's how it happened." The article is accompanied by a photograph in which you can spot Dan Kent standing beside a big check for $1 million.
There is also this TV news coverage of the development, in which Dan Kent speaks about the project: "Savannah city council votes on affordable housing in Cuyler-Brownsville historic district."
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