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A place of their own: Self-help housing helps address lack of affordable options

Oct 11, 2017

A place of their own: Self-help housing helps address lack of affordable options

By Jake Abbott, Appeal-Democrat

   After putting in the work to help build them, five local families received keys to their new homes in the Linda area.
It's all a part of a state “mutual selfhelp housing” program that assists low-income families in moving into affordable housing.
   Before receiving the keys on Sept. 27, the families worked sidebyside with the Community Housing Improvement
Program’s construction staff to build the homes...FULL ARTICLE

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