Fargo facility for chronically homeless on schedule for May opening
FARGO - Construction on Cooper House, a residential facility for Fargo-Moorhead's chronically homeless, will begin in May and should be completed by January, a Fargo housing official said.
Also, the city will remodel a building it purchased just south of the Cooper House site to create a business incubator to help new Americans open restaurants, clothing stores and other shops, said Lynn Fundingsland, executive director of Fargo's Housing and Redevelopment Authority.
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