By Bill Hudson
Special to The SUN
As of 2019, several organizations in Pagosa Springs are making an effort to address the community’s affordable housing shortage, but few have played as consistent a role as Habitat for Humanity of Archuleta County, currently framing its 27th home in Archuleta County on a lot in Pagosa Lakes. The home will be a cozy, 1,150-square-foot, three bedroom for Pagosa resident Brandy Tusa and her three kids.
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