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Shadow of 2018 hangs over housing proposal even as commission moves forward

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Flagstaff City Hall. / Angela Mabe

By Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Star

Flagstaff voters are one step closer to seeing an affordable housing bond on the 2020 ballot.

On Thursday, the city’s affordable housing commission voted unanimously to recommend the city council place a bond dedicated to lowering the cost of housing in Flagstaff on the ballot.

“It’s been brought up a lot today that we do need to encourage funding for a solution,” Commission Chair Nicole Ellman said. “I think a bond measure is necessary to accomplish the tackling of the affordable housing [issue], whatever that solution may look like.”


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