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The Northwest Fire District donates an unused lot to Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity is not picky. Being a nonprofit, it can't afford to be. The builder of homes for low-income residents has preferences for where it would like to put housing—but it will take what it can get. That made one of…

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