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Tri-Valley Opportunity Council hosted a social for the project partners who helped make Agassiz Townhomes a reality on Wednesday morning. The day started with refreshments and a short presentation in Bede Ballroom at the University of Minnesota Crookston and culminated with project partners walking through a finished three-bedroom unit.  “We’re very proud of how the buildings have turned out and very happy we could have a small group take a look at them today,” said Tri-Valley CEO Jason Carlson. “They don’t look or feel like affordable housing, so I think that families that are fortunate enough to have the opportunity to live in those units will be very happy.”  Carlson said that while they had to postpone the public open house because they weren’t sure when the paving contractor could be on sight. Two families have already moved into completed units in the north building, while construction for three remaining buildings and paving work continues to progress.  Currently, two of the three remaining buildings are on pace to be open by November 1 with the final building opening near the end of November. 
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