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10 new homes at Sagan Linahyan

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Nearly two months after breaking ground, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held for the opening of 10 homes in the Sagan Linahyan neighborhood in Dededo this afternoon. The Sagan Linahyan Rental Rehabilitation Project cost around $650,000 through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and a Community Development Block Grant.

The Guam Housing Corporation will now oversee the operation and maintenance of the Affordable Rental Housing Project. In addition to the 10 new homes, 65 lots in Sagan Linahyan will be developed soon and be made available for purchase through the GHC.

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