The Navajo Housing Tragedy: Tolani Lake

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Travel to the Arizona badlands 65 miles northeast of Flagstaff and you will come across this curious sight: A handful of igloo-shaped structures surrounded by fencing.

Each dome here contains empty apartments — about three dozen units.

The project was launched around 2003 with $4.4 million in federal grant funds. It was supposed to provide housing for staff at a nearby elementary school. Instead, it became a symbol of money wasted.

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