A CA school district is using bonds to build an affordable housing complex for staff

February 06, 2020

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“A California school district says it’s the first in the nation to use bonds to build affordable housing for its employees.

The Jefferson Union High School District broke ground Wednesday on the new housing units, the district said.

“The four story development will have 120 units offering below market rent to eligible faculty and staff,” the school district said on Facebook. “The first residents may move in as early as Fall 2021.””

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