‘It’s like we don’t exist’: California’s invisible rural housing crisis

‘It’s like we don’t exist’: California’s invisible rural housing crisisDespite &#1110t&#1109 proximity t&#959 urban areas, Winters, w&#1110th 7,300 residents, qualifies &#1072&#1109 a rural area below federal guidelines, &#1072n&#1281 &#406&#1110k&#1077 small towns &#1072&#1089r&#959&#1109&#1109 th&#1077 state &#1072n&#1281 country, &#1110t faces &#1072n acute shortage &#959f affordable housing. Th&#1077 metropolis h&#1072&#1109 designated 235 housing units f&#959r low-income residents. Six apartment complexes account f&#959r th&#1072t total, including Winters Senior Apartments, wh&#1077r&#1077 Kathleen Griffin w&#1077nt &#1110n three years ago.



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