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News - January 26, 2018

School board favors Cooper Park housing

Up to 82 affordable units could be built for teachers, staff

by Kevin Forestieri

Responding to an overwhelming need by local school teachers for more affordable housing, Mountain View Whisman School District board members agreed last week to explore building workforce housing at Cooper Park, transforming a portion of the district-owned land into three-story townhouses for school staff.

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