Paul Johnson knows there’s no place like home. As executive director for Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity, he searches for land where volunteers can use hard work, hammers and nails to mete out homes for low-income families. He also oversees the search for funding, as well as project development, monitoring the building and permit process, […]

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