Local officials and business leaders break ground Wednesday on New Path Community Housing, an apartment project for chronically homeless people on Fairview Avenue between 22nd and 23rd streets in Boise. From left: Rodney Reider, president and CEO of Saint Alphonsus Health System; Chris Roth, senior vice president and COO of St. Luke’s Health System; Deanna Watson, executive director of Boise City/Ada County Housing Authority; Tom Mannschreck, founding board member of Northwest Integrity Housing Co.; Caleb Roope, president of Pacific West Communities, Inc.; Boise Mayor David Bieter; Ada County Commissioner Dave Case; Gerald Hunter, president and executive director of Idaho Housing and Finance Association.
Local officials and business leaders break ground Wednesday on New Path Community Housing, an apartment project for chronically homeless people on Fairview Avenue between 22nd and 23rd streets in Boise. From left: Rodney Reider, president and CEO of Saint Alphonsus Health System; Chris Roth, senior vice president and COO of St. Luke’s Health System; Deanna Watson, executive director of Boise City/Ada County Housing Authority; Tom Mannschreck, founding board member of Northwest Integrity Housing Co.; Caleb Roope, president of Pacific West Communities, Inc.; Boise Mayor David Bieter; Ada County Commissioner Dave Case; Gerald Hunter, president and executive director of Idaho Housing and Finance Association. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Local officials and business leaders break ground Wednesday on New Path Community Housing, an apartment project for chronically homeless people on Fairview Avenue between 22nd and 23rd streets in Boise. From left: Rodney Reider, president and CEO of Saint Alphonsus Health System; Chris Roth, senior vice president and COO of St. Luke’s Health System; Deanna Watson, executive director of Boise City/Ada County Housing Authority; Tom Mannschreck, founding board member of Northwest Integrity Housing Co.; Caleb Roope, president of Pacific West Communities, Inc.; Boise Mayor David Bieter; Ada County Commissioner Dave Case; Gerald Hunter, president and executive director of Idaho Housing and Finance Association. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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