Keyword: Habitat for Humanity
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Dumont residents oppose developing former LDS church property

Rather than turning the former Latter Day Saints church property into housing, many Dumont residents stated they want the site to remain open space and, at most, have a daycare center in the existing … more

Approval given for Habitat homes

When it came to deciding whether to approve a Habitat for Humanity housing development plan along Virginia Street, there was not much debate among Idaho Springs City Council members. “To be honest … more

Habitat townhome decision postponed again to July 26

The Idaho Springs City Council has postponed its decision on proposed Habitat for Humanity townhomes along Virginia Street to its July 26 meeting. According to Mayor Mike Hillman, the extension will … more

City Council to vote again on Habitat townhome proposal

The controversial Habitat for Humanity proposal to put townhomes on Virginia Street will be up for another vote by the Idaho Springs City Council on July 12. The council decided to revisit the final … more

Idaho Springs denies Habitat townhomes project

Despite staff recommending approval, the Idaho Springs City Council has denied Blue Spruce Habitat for Humanity's application to build eight townhomes in the 1600 block of Virginia Street. The … more

A strong educational foundation

When one of their teachers and her neighbors needed help preparing their new yards, students Evergreen Country Day School were more than willing to help. The school’s 16 seventh-graders took a … more

Idaho Springs continues public hearing for Habitat townhomes

The Idaho Springs City Council has unanimously continued the public hearing for an eight-townhome project to investigate residents’ claims that the project would worsen road conditions. Blue Spruce … more
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