Low-cost housing in everyone’s interest

LAKEVILLE — Advocates for affordable housing need to appeal to values in order to succeed. 

That was part of the message from Chris Estes at a Salisbury Forum talk at The Hotchkiss School on Friday, Dec.7.

Estes is vice president at Rebuilding Together, a nonprofit that specializes in urgent home repair and community revitalization in low- and moderate-income communities.

He asked the audience to consider the future of Northwest Corner towns, Salisbury in particular.

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