Fred Cornforth, president of Community Development, said the project is smaller than the 30-unit project initially proposed, but will still include an on-site manager and community building.
Additional ground is available for future development, should the need arise, he
said.The project should be completed by the end of May 2004.Community Development
will announce a workshop for local suppliers and subcontractors interested in bidding on projects, said Cornforth
"It should provide them with information they need to be competitive," he
said."We want to be able to use local people for as much of the work as possible."Cornforth
said renters must complete a certification process before moving in.
Currently in Dillon, people are paying 40 to 45 percent of their income for housing, said Cornforth