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  • New SLO project asks employers to help pay for workers' homes

    Peoples' Self-Help Housing seeks to partner with San Luis Obispo employers to help fund a housing project on Broad Street that would assist workers in buying a home. John Fowler, president of Peoples' Self-Help Housing, explains the project.

New SLO project asks employers to help pay for workers' homes

Peoples' Self-Help Housing seeks to partner with San Luis Obispo employers to help fund a housing project on Broad Street that would assist workers in buying a home. John Fowler, president of Peoples' Self-Help Housing, explains the project.
Nick Wilson The Tribune