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In the quest for lowest-cost housing, innovation includes code compliance

By Vicki Viotti

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 22, 2013

~~<p>There's no shortage of ideas about housing the homeless. The challenge at this stage, say the advocates, will be pushing the best ones across the finish line, given the various governmental hurdles.</p>
<p>An omnibus bill passed in the last legislative session, Senate Bill 515, provided $100,000 for the development of prototype, low-cost housing options for the homeless.</p>
~~

There's no shortage of ideas about housing the homeless. The challenge at this stage, say the advocates, will be pushing the best ones across the finish line, given the various governmental hurdles.

An omnibus bill passed in the last legislative session, Senate Bill 515, provided $100,000 for the development of prototype, low-cost housing options for the homeless. Login for more...



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