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Low-income housing planned for Wisconsin Rapids' west side

Construction to begin in early July on 38 apartments for residents who earn as much as 60 percent of county's median income

9:47 PM, Jun. 27, 2013
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After waiting two years for funding, a new residential development for nearly 40 low- and middle-income families on Wisconsin Rapids' west side likely soon will move forward, resulting in 56 jobs in the region.

CAP Services is developing and will manage a six-building complex with 38 apartments to be bordered by 22nd and 25th avenues and Carey and Boles streets. Project leaders have started applying for the necessary permits to begin construction, which is set to start the first part of July, said Mike Olson, senior vice president of the Stevens Point-based agency that serves low- and ...

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