LYNDON — Northeast Kingdom natives Bud Stevens and Josh Simpson have a new, downsized proposal for a workforce housing project. Stevens and Simpson will present plans for the 39-unit Miller’s Run Complex on Route 122 to the Development Review Board. They had proposed a 96-unit project in January, but trimmed that number due to prohibitive costs associated with stormwater management in the original design. Despite the changes, the project would still be sizeable and address a regional housing shortage. It would consist of one, two and three-bedroom for-sale units and would be competitively priced. The revised proposal no longer includes apartments. However, it would continue to meet the needs of local employers, who have struggled to find housing for prospective hires.
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