Habitat for Humanity project

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The Planning Board is scheduled to approve the construction of 8 townhomes at 626 Buena Vista Avenue (presently, the location of an abandoned car wash) — as part of an affordable housing project to be developed jointly by Habit for Humanity and Alameda Development Corporation. Construction is expected to start around the end of 2006 and estimated to last a year. As with most other such projects, these townhomes will be built primarily by volunteer labor — so this might be a great opportunity to pick up some new skills and have fun in the process.

Volunteering for HFH

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One Response to “Habitat for Humanity project”

  1. John Says:

    I look forward to volunteering for Habitat. This is a commendable initiative on the part of the city. Thanks for sharing this with us. I didn’t see this news item elsewhere (atleast not on the “first to post” Alameda Daily News). Perhaps you should consider a “Alameda Musings scoops all other news sources” posting and send it to Don Roberts!

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