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Housing and Disability Advocacy Program has about $740,000 through June 2020 to secure homes for those not yet covered by federal disability assistance.
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Editorial: Safeway project a lesson in corporate citizenship
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Poll respondents: Repeal gas tax increase
Poll: Lakeville Highway the new blood alley
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Poll: City got small cell tower policy right
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