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Gilliam County grant enables housing

The start of construction on a new home in Arlington, the first project to be funded through the Gilliam County Attainable Housing program (GCAH) , was celebrated with a ribbon cutting Nov. 1. Pictured are, left to right, Arlington Chamber Executive Director,Marta Mikkalo; BET Employees James Neal and Rojelio Buenrostro; Condon Chamber Executive Director and GCAH Co-Convener K’Lynn Lane; BET Construction owners Bill and Ellie Timinsky; GCAH Co-Convener Julius Courtney; Gilliam County Community Development Director Rachel Weinstein; and Pioneer Community Development Corporation (PCDC) Executive Director Rob Turrie.

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The start of construction on a new home in Arlington, the first project to be funded through the Gilliam County Attainable Housing program (GCAH) , was celebrated with a ribbon cutting Nov. 1. Pictured are, left to right, Arlington Chamber Executive Director,Marta Mikkalo; BET Employees James Neal and Rojelio Buenrostro; Condon Chamber Executive Director and GCAH Co-Convener K’Lynn Lane; BET Construction owners Bill and Ellie Timinsky; GCAH Co-Convener Julius Courtney; Gilliam County Community Development Director Rachel Weinstein; and Pioneer Community Development Corporation (PCDC) Executive Director Rob Turrie.



Work has officially begun on a single-family home in Arlington, thanks to a new loan and grant incentive program in Gilliam County...

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