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Airway Heights corrects affordable housing incentives


Last updated 7/22/2021 at 10:09am

AIRWAY HEIGHTS — The City Council looked at a resolution concerning additional affordable housing incentives at their July 12 study session. Due to the city’s steadily increasing growth, affordable housing is a priority for the city.

The history behind the resolution is a long one. The process began in 2012 when a group called the Fairchild Air Force Base Protection and Community Empowerment Project group was formed. They found that certain points of the city, particularly on the southern side, were part of an accident potential zone (APZ) due to an extension of the air force base runwa...

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