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Affordable housing the focus of Flag’s newest commission

The first meeting of the city’s Affordable Housing Commission was held at the Moonshot at NACET on Wednesday. / Adrian Skabelund / Arizona Daily Sun

By Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Sun

Just over 20 people crowded around tables in a conference room in the Moonshot at NACET building near Buffalo Park last week.

Earlier this year, the same room was turned into an emergency operations center as county and city staff worked on the Museum Fire. But last week, city staff and members of the public were working to find solutions to another threat to Flagstaff: the lack of affordable housing.

The effort was the first meeting of the city’s new affordable housing commission, which Flagstaff City Council created in April with the purpose of making policy recommendations to the council.

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