Colorado Springs Man Looks To Fund Veteran Housing Project
A Colorado Springs man who has raised $2,000 for his planned veteran housing project is hoping to increase that number to $2 million.
The Gazette reports that Chief Master Sgt. William Galvan wants to build a village on the plains east of the city to house dozens of veterans who are working to get back on their feet. He has already purchased a $147,000, four-bedroom house in Security to start.
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