Roof gables are set into place by a framer atop a 69-unit apartment complex under construction in Elk Grove in January, 2012. A percentage of the units was set aside for low income qualifiers, but with the state’s redevelopment program cancelled, communties and state politicians are scrambling to find more money for low- and moderate-income housing..
Roof gables are set into place by a framer atop a 69-unit apartment complex under construction in Elk Grove in January, 2012. A percentage of the units was set aside for low income qualifiers, but with the state’s redevelopment program cancelled, communties and state politicians are scrambling to find more money for low- and moderate-income housing.. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Roof gables are set into place by a framer atop a 69-unit apartment complex under construction in Elk Grove in January, 2012. A percentage of the units was set aside for low income qualifiers, but with the state’s redevelopment program cancelled, communties and state politicians are scrambling to find more money for low- and moderate-income housing.. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
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