People with disabilities on a fixed income have a new place to live independently in one eastern Carolina city.
Builders of the New Hope Village in the city of Washington cut the ribbon on the first phase of the project Friday. The twelve unit apartment building is fully furnished.
Residents like Laura Tucker will stay in a one bedroom, one bath apartment for about $160.00 a month.
Money from the state and the city of Washington funded this project. They hope more will be built in the future for those will disabilities.
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