Habitat For Humanity Cutting Jobs In Marion County
An organization known for building new houses for needy families is tearing into its own foundation. Habitat For Humanity in Marion County is laying off 10 employees in September which is almost half its staff.
They're also stopping new home construction temporarily and will only build 6-8 homes a year compared to a their normal 18-25 a year.
Current projects will be finished on schedule. Two of the three thrift stores also have been closed. Habitat officials say they hope to resume new home construction in October.
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