Summit County workforce housing initiative already seeing results

16th August, 2016 by

By Kevin Fixler

A new housing plan to conjure up more long-term rentals has launched in Summit County, and, already, organizers are seeing results.The Housing Works Initiative — created through a partnership between the Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) and the Summit Combined Housing Authority and made possible by a principal donation from The Summit Foundation — hopes to covert 15 short-term rentals into more permanent housing options by next April. Already, this modified master-lease program has two county properties occupied, with five more in line for the same soon.“This is certainly still a pilot project,” said Tamara Drangstveit, FIRC’s executive director, …

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