County's Committment to Affordable Housing

Fairfax County government leaders have long been saying that more needs to be done to provide affordable housing here in one of the nation's wealthiest jurisdictions. To that end, the county will commit $23 million to affordable housing in fiscal 2008 and to provide over the next four years 2,200 new units of affordable housing for families earning no more than $47,250 per year. Today's Fairfax Extra has the story.

By Focus on Fairfax |  May 31, 2007; 12:43 PM ET  | Category:  Government , Housing
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