Local and state officials gathered in Wareham, Mass. for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the renovations at Brandy Hill Apartments.
By Matthew Bernat, Wareham Week
After being at risk for losing its affordable housing status, Brandy Hill Apartments hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday to celebrate the preservation of 132 units and a massive renovation of the complex.
“It’s beautiful now,” said Donna Hodson, a resident for 28 years. “We are so blessed and thrilled beyond measures with all the changes.”
Hodson, along with state housing officials, Congressman Bill Keating (D-Hyannis), State Rep. Susan Williams Gifford (R-Wareham), State Sen. Marc Pacheco (D-Taunton) and Aaron Gornstein, president and CEO of Preservation of Affordable Housing, spoke at the event.
“All across the country people have lost their affordable housing designation, but that hasn’t happened here because of Preservation of Affordable Housing,” said Keating. “ Safe, stable housing provides the foundation for so many other things in our lives, including health, education and job security.”
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