Lafayette Officials Bid to Bring Affordable Housing to Community

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According to the Denver Post, a roughly $3.5 million deal to acquire 24 acres of church-owned property for an affordable housing project, will be voted on by Lafayette’s City Council Tuesday night. The deal could provide up to 500 permanently-affordable homes in Boulder County, which is currently experiencing a housing crisis.

Image courtesy of Flatirons Community Church.


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