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Habitat For Humanity To Deconstruct Old Houses
October 16, 2016

Habitat For Humanity To Deconstruct Old Houses

Several old houses on Quincy Street were donated by Pennington County to Black Hills Area Habitat for Humanity. According to a Rapid City Journal article, the group is planning on decronstructing the homes in hopes of salvaging pieces of the houses that can be sold in the ReStore outlet or used in future homebuilding projects.

Habitat for Humanity aims to provide affordable housing for the 16,000 people living below the poverty level in the Black Hills area.

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