El Paso County has broken with tradition to become an active partner in building affordable housing — while assuming none of the risk. The innovative approach could help ease the region’s need for more affordable housing. “It’s truly a model for the future,” said Dick Sullivan, former executive director of Colorado Springs Housing Authority who […]
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