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Glenwood Springs City Council to review affordable housing proposals, electrical rate increases

Ike Fredregill; post independent

A partnership between Habitat for Humanity and the city of Glenwood Springs could move forward Thursday, potentially adding more than 20 affordable residences to the area.


City council is scheduled to review two Habitat for Humanity proposals for affordable housing developments on city property during the council’s regular session.


In 2020, a city analysis of all municipally owned parcels within Glenwood Springs identified property at Eighth Street and Midland Avenue as well as along Airport Road across from Cardiff Glen as prime locations for affordable housing initiatives, city documents state.