The Saratoga Sun -

Affordable housing discussed

 

March 28, 2018

Joshua Wood

At the "Dialogue on Poverty," residents are asked to rank services from "least important" to "most important."

Over two thousand residents of Carbon County, or 13 percent, live below the poverty rate according to the results of the 2015 Carbon County Community Survey of Needs and Services conducted by the Carbon County Community Action Committee (CCCAC). The survey, which is completed every three years, is designed to determine the extent of poverty within the county as well as its contributing factors and what barriers to service may exist.

The survey is required by the State of Wyoming and is a prerequisite for local entities to receive Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) funds to alleviate both...



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