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Our Home, Our Future: The White Hart

Everyone in Salisbury is delighted that managers Dan Winkley and John Ciliberto have been able to restore The White Hart inn to its traditional role as a lively hub in the center of town. 

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Planning for the present and the future

LaBonne’s Market

Bob LaBonne Jr., works with young people in all three of his stores. Reliable employees are crucial to the success of his business. Only 20% of his employees live in Salisbury and of that 20%, 80% are young and live at home with their families. He states, “The average commute for his staff is 30 minutes with some traveling 45 minutes from as far as Torrington and other distant towns.” 

Salisbury’s Housing Organizations

Over many years there has been an awareness of the need for housing options that are affordable for people who live and work in Salisbury. These local housing organizations are hard at work trying to help our community.

Our home, our future Solutions

Voices from our community about the housing needed for a healthy, economically vibrant future.

Our home, our future: Jeanette and Nate Moss

Our home, our future Voices from our community about the housing needed for a healthy, economically vibrant future.

Sharon Ridge is an affordable-rental housing complex in Sharon for families, individuals and seniors. The Sharon Housing Authority (SHA) recently expanded this 20-unit community to 32 by adding 12 units consisting of three new buildings with four apartments each. To create a project of this size, it was extremely important to demonstrate a real need for affordable housing and to have local community and government support.

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Our home, our future:What I’ve learned

For many months l have been listening and learning as much as I can about and how local housing costs affect our town. Based on conversations with people in our community and the facts below, our situation is far more serious than I had known. 

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Our home, our future

Voices from our community about the housing needed for a healthy, economically vibrant future.

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Our home, our future

Salisbury Congregational Church

 

Voices from our community about the housing needed for a healthy, economically vibrant future.