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Open house for energy efficient homes

5 church stCentral Vermont Community Action Council invites you to an open house for its most energy efficient homes yet: the new building at 5 Church Street in Randolph.

Built on the site of a previous structure destroyed by fire last year, the new building is the most energy-efficient building of its kind in the state.

Veterans housing opens in Winooski

In case you missed VHFA Executive Director Sarah Carpenter, front and center, in this photo from this week's Burlington Free Press.

The occasion was a ribbon cutting at the new Canal Street Apartments in Winooski.

Cedar's Edge groundbreaking

Sen. Bernie Sanders yesterday joined a number of housing officials at the groundbreaking of Cedar's Edge, an apartment complex on Susie Wilson Road in Essex. The 30-unit building, being developed by Champlain Housing Trust and Housing Vermont, will include 25 units designated for income-eligible tenants. VHFA provided construction financing and allocated Tax Credits to the project. The event was covered by some local media:

Groundbreaking: Ellis Block, Springfield

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U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy, VHFA Executive Director Sarah Carpenter and officials from many other housing organizations attended a groundbreaking ceremony at the Ellis Block in Springfield today.

Ribbon cut on Pleasant Street Apartments

david adamsFolks from VHFA, Champlain Housing Trust (CHT) and Housing Vermont recently joined residents and other guests in celebrating the completion of improvements to Pleasant Street Apartments in Enosburg Falls.

VHFA Chief of Program Operations David Adams is pictured speaking at the event.

Ribbon cut on Blake Commons, Swanton

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Officials from Vermont Housing Finance Agency, Housing Vermont, Champlain Housing Trust, Vermont Housing & Conservation Board, the State of Vermont and others cut the ribbon on Blake Commons in Swanton Village yesterday.

Photos: Colchester ribbon cutting

Some more photos of yesterday's ribbon cutting at Brookside Village, the newest affordable housing development in Colchester.

The event received some attention in the press:

Ribbon cut on new Colchester apartments

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Folks from Vermont Housing Finance Agency, Champlain Housing Trust, Housing Vermont and others cut the ribbon on a new development of affordable apartments in Colchester.

Brookside Village, off Mallets Bay Avenue near the Winooski/Colchester border, adds 42 units of much-needed family housing to Chittenden County's affordable housing stock.

Ribbon cut at Union Square

Gov. Jim Douglas and housing officials cut the ribbon on Union Square Apartments, an affordable housing development in Windsor.

The $17 million renovation project opened for move-ins Dec. 1.

Read the Valley News story about the project.

Read more about Union Square in our previous posts:

Veterans housing breaks ground in Winooski

veterans housingOfficials held a groundbreaking ceremony for COTS Veterans' Housing in Winooski yesterday.

The five-story, 24,000-square-foot building, at 120 West Canal Street, will provide 17 units of transitional housing for homeless veterans; and another 12 units of permanent supportive housing, long-term housing that provides access to an on-site manager and case workers.

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