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Ashland breaks ground on low-income housing

The city of Ashland broke ground today on 200 low-income housing units, including 50 exclusively for Southern Oregon University students.

The housing will be a mix of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, each with its own storage unit/garage.

Students praised the project's well-meaning goal, but said it had one major drawback: It will be located next to the sewer plant, where odors can be smelled from a two-mile radius.

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