A council member in one South Carolina county says he hopes the area will set an example for affordable housing in the rest of the state, starting with a recently introduced project. The Greenville News reports the 134-home project in Greenville County has been introduced at a county zoning and planning public hearing. County council member Ennis Fant says planning staff will now review the project and make a recommendation to the planning commission. Officials say the homes likely will cost between $120,000 and $150,000.
Source: U.S. News