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It’s Move-In Time For Cashin’s Field

Next Thursday, January fifth, begins the move-in of all tenants into Cashin’s Field in Nevada City. The 26-million dollar affordable housing project is a 51-unit home community that includes 11 one-bed, 26-two-bed, and 14 three-bedroom floor plans, on Ridge Road. City Manager Sean Grayson says it’s the first large-scale low-income complex in the city’s history

click to listen to Sean Grayson

But Grayson indicates it’ll likely be the last such project in the city for the forseeable future, part of a statewide challenge…

click to listen to Sean Grayson

Nevada County Supervisors took the final step in clearing the way for the project, approving a one-and-a-half million dollar loan for the developers. The developers are the Regional Housing Authority and the Affordable Housing Development Corporation. The Board also accepted a one-point-three million dollar funding award from the California Department of Housing and Community Development.

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