Two members of a Self-Help Enterprises project in Biola carry ladders as they help a neighbor build a house in this 2007 photo. Self-Help Enterprises plans to build a 40-unit apartment project for low-income seniors, as well as a “sweat equity” neighborhood of 26 single-family homes, in southwest Fresno.
Two members of a Self-Help Enterprises project in Biola carry ladders as they help a neighbor build a house in this 2007 photo. Self-Help Enterprises plans to build a 40-unit apartment project for low-income seniors, as well as a “sweat equity” neighborhood of 26 single-family homes, in southwest Fresno. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file
Two members of a Self-Help Enterprises project in Biola carry ladders as they help a neighbor build a house in this 2007 photo. Self-Help Enterprises plans to build a 40-unit apartment project for low-income seniors, as well as a “sweat equity” neighborhood of 26 single-family homes, in southwest Fresno. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file

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