The Chapel Hill Town Council will discuss a plan Monday, June 12, to create a $600,000 Opportunity Fund. The fund, if approved June 26, could support affordable housing projects like this Habitat for Humanity home in the Rusch Hollow subdivision. The town also could put an affordable housing bond to the voters in spring 2018.
The Chapel Hill Town Council will discuss a plan Monday, June 12, to create a $600,000 Opportunity Fund. The fund, if approved June 26, could support affordable housing projects like this Habitat for Humanity home in the Rusch Hollow subdivision. The town also could put an affordable housing bond to the voters in spring 2018. Staff photo File photo
The Chapel Hill Town Council will discuss a plan Monday, June 12, to create a $600,000 Opportunity Fund. The fund, if approved June 26, could support affordable housing projects like this Habitat for Humanity home in the Rusch Hollow subdivision. The town also could put an affordable housing bond to the voters in spring 2018. Staff photo File photo

Council could add more money for housing to Chapel Hill budget

June 11, 2017 09:00 AM

UPDATED June 11, 2017 11:58 AM

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