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(KSL News) Five lower-income families will soon have homes they can call their own.
Officials from Habitat for Humanity, Coldwell Banker and Magna City broke ground today on a new five-house subdivision.
Builders hope families moving into the three-bedroom homes will find stability and safety that help them become part of the community. But before families can move in, they'll need to put in 200 hours of work on other Habitat for Humanity homes.