Udall Asks for Public Input on Proposal to Use Excess Federal Land for Affordable Housing in Summit County

    Udall Asks for Public Input on Proposal to Use Excess Federal Land for Affordable Housing in Summit County

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – May 31, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Mark Udall, who chairs the U.S. Senate National Parks Subcommittee, today asked the public to weigh in on a proposal to convey 40 acres of federal administrative land from the U.S. Forest Service Dillon Ranger District to Summit County. The legislation would help the county provide much-needed affordable housing in Summit County while supporting a new Dillon Ranger District administrative building nearby. Congressman Jared Polis announced this week that he will introduce companion legislation – the Lake Hill Administrative Site Affordable Housing Act – in June in the U.S. House of Representatives.

    Previous articlePolis Offers Middle Class Housing Solutions for Families of Summit and Eagle Counties
    Next articleNeighborhood Housing Services of Los Angeles County (NHS) Kicks Off NeighborWorks Week with A Neighborhood Pride Day In Sun Valley, CA to Beautify A Residential Block