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Bridgeport Sells Lots To WAFA For Project 3/26/2012
Washington Agricultural Family Assistance Program, or WAFA, has accepted the city of Bridgeport’s offer to sell the organization two building lots to kick off a housing project that will bring twelve new homes to Bridgeport.
WAFA is a nonprofit organization that was started by Governor Lowry in 2003. Since that time, it has helped 45 agricultural families become the proud owners of brand new homes in Eastern Washington.
Bridgeport Mayor, Marilynn Lynn says the city council made the decision to offer the organization two lots during their last meeting.
Once a family qualifies and is chosen to purchase a WAFA home, they are required to stay in the home for the duration of the contract, at which time 20% of the purchase price is waived.
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