Staff Reporter 

Survey shows APZ residents ready to move

Airway Heights puts first budget proposal on the table


The Airway Heights City Council heard the results of its housing study from earlier this year, relating to the Fairchild Preservation and Community Empowerment Project.

Those results show that a large percentage of residents living in APZ Two would be interested in moving, if a competitive alternative housing location was offered.

Chris Venne from Community Frameworks in Spokane revealed the results at the Monday, Nov. 5 Airway Heights City Council meeting. The eventual goal of the project is to have residents voluntarily move to safe and alternative housing outside of APZ Two. A new apar...

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