San Miguel County is ready for another round in its years-long effort to rid itself of the Ribera housing complex.
The County Commission on Tuesday voted to sell the Ribera development, a public housing complex that hasn’t been used in years.
Alex Tafoya, the county’s planning and zoning supervisor, told the commission that the property didn’t have to be used for low-income housing purposes, but he reported that the federal Housing and Urban Development Department requires that the proceeds go toward low-income housing causes.
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