Workforce housing shortage in Wickenburg

By Scott Turner | Wickenburg Sun

Jeni Henry Donahey says she sleeps on the couch in her 78-year-old mother’s one-bedroom apartment after spending the day working at Wickenburg High School as a paraprofessional in the special education department.

She said on Facebook that she’s done that for more than a year because she can’t find housing with the salary she makes.

Cassidy Solper can probably relate. The Wickenburg High School graduate lived in an RV with her fiancé for a year-and-a-half after moving back to town because it was all they could afford.

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