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"We believe projects like these are marvelous to help Habitat keep on our mission, while also helping residents of the City of Indio," said Thornton. "Many people do not realize that in addition to building houses, Habitat helps restore existing homes."
From urban greening to transportation, community to housing, the City of Indio continues to look for ways to engage residents in the process of spurring economic and environmental transformation. The public is invited to participate in a series of meetings next week to shape their neighborhoods.
Indio's City Council approved a "Specific Plan" for Citrus Plaza II, adjacent to the existing Ralph's shopping center on Jefferson.