Hickenlooper says teamwork needed to meet housing demands

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Hickenlooper says teamwork needed to meet housing demands

Governor breaks ground on affordable housing project in Durango
Gov. John Hickenlooper speaks to about 50 people gathered Thursday for a groundbreaking ceremony for the second phase of the Lumien Apartments in north Durango. The entire state is facing a housing shortage that has financially burdened residents, he said.

Hickenlooper says teamwork needed to meet housing demands

Gov. John Hickenlooper speaks to about 50 people gathered Thursday for a groundbreaking ceremony for the second phase of the Lumien Apartments in north Durango. The entire state is facing a housing shortage that has financially burdened residents, he said.

Hickenlooper says teamwork needed to meet housing demands

Gov. John Hickenlooper, center, along with, from left, Durango City Councilor Dick White, state official Steve Johnson, Mayor Sweetie Marbury, City Councilor Chris Bettin, Joe Rowan with the Impact Development Fund, Scott Horton with Wells Fargo and state official Irv Halter break ground during a ceremony for the second phase of the Lumien Apartments on Thursday in north Durango.

Hickenlooper says teamwork needed to meet housing demands

Construction will soon begin on the next phase of the Lumien Apartments off of 32nd Street in north Durango. The project could be complete by 2020.
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