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Affordable housing still among big needs in Surprise

By Jason Stone | Daily Independent

When city of Surprise officials last month put together its plan for funding to help it rehabilitate older homes and find more affordable options for some residents, it only confirmed what it already knew.

The city, just like the Valley and state as a whole, has a shortage of affordable housing.

The City Council on May 19 approved submitting a plan to the Department of Housing and Urban Development that shows how the city wants to spend federal dollars that go to just the thing Surprise needs.


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