New homes coming to Harlan


Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise A work crew consisting of juvenile volunteers from the Our Lady of the Woods Catholic Church and the Queen of Martyrs Catholic Church worked to help demolish some dilapidated housing in Fairview on Tuesday. The property has been acquired by COAP, Inc. with the intent of replacing the structures with either new homes or two duplex units.


Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise

A work crew consisting of juvenile volunteers from the Our Lady of the Woods Catholic Church and the Queen of Martyrs Catholic Church worked to help demolish some dilapidated housing in Fairview on Tuesday. The property has been acquired by COAP, Inc. with the intent of replacing the structures with either new homes or two duplex units.

Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise A work crew consisting of juvenile volunteers from the Our Lady of the Woods Catholic Church and the Queen of Martyrs Catholic Church worked to help demolish some dilapidated housing in Fairview on Tuesday. The property has been acquired by COAP, Inc. with the intent of replacing the structures with either new homes or two duplex units.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Demolition.jpgJoe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise A work crew consisting of juvenile volunteers from the Our Lady of the Woods Catholic Church and the Queen of Martyrs Catholic Church worked to help demolish some dilapidated housing in Fairview on Tuesday. The property has been acquired by COAP, Inc. with the intent of replacing the structures with either new homes or two duplex units.
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