Self-Help Enterprises last December opened Sugar Pine Village in Madera, a community of low income apartments (some seen here) with amenities including a housing along with a community building, walking paths, playground, and outdoor areas.
The Madera County Board of Supervisors plans to reconsider the future of a planned high-density apartment complex in Oakhurst on Aug. 16.
It’s an issue that has the community divided.
The fate of the affordable 120-unit apartments dubbed River Grove ...
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