One local family has bought a brand new house as a result of an ongoing program that is in the process of weaving newly-constructed model homes into a well-established community.
Mark and Andri Napoles received the key to their new, Pa Ha Lane model home on Wednesday, May 1 and on May 3, Darren Bernard and his son took possession of a home of their own. As they spread out in their new homes, other families apply to get on the Bishop Paiute Tribe Community Development Department project waiting list so they can do the same in the future.
There are 17 more homes slated for completion as part of the CDD’s B22 Housing Project, CDD Program Specialist Darrell Duckey said. The program is funded by a Title 6 loan from Bank of America to the Bishop Paiute Tribe, he added.
(Read more in the Thursday, May 9, 2013 edition of The Inyo Register.)