The 12-unit Rusch Hollow development in Chapel Hill was built using some of the county’s $4 million in 2001 bond funding – the last time that voters approved funding for affordable housing. The county has a $5 million affordable housing bond on this year’s ballot.
The 12-unit Rusch Hollow development in Chapel Hill was built using some of the county’s $4 million in 2001 bond funding – the last time that voters approved funding for affordable housing. The county has a $5 million affordable housing bond on this year’s ballot. Harry Lynch File photo
The 12-unit Rusch Hollow development in Chapel Hill was built using some of the county’s $4 million in 2001 bond funding – the last time that voters approved funding for affordable housing. The county has a $5 million affordable housing bond on this year’s ballot. Harry Lynch File photo

Orange County group details plan for $5M affordable housing bond

October 30, 2016 5:52 AM