Volunteers with Habitat for Humanity are hoping to beat Mother Nature. Chris Tivy was part of a crew of firefighters from the city helping out,
"It's great. It's another nice way to give back," Tivy said. "This is a positive thing to see this happening, and we'll definitely be out some more in future habitat builds."
The habitat committee is hoping to have the home closed in before winter.
Residents have made housing a top priority for the new council at city hall. The district services board is hoping to add a 150 units to ease the backlog across the district.
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