YAKIMA, Wash. — Overgrown weeds, barbed wire fences and old buildings fill the property at 1702 Tahoma Ave. in Yakima. By 2019, the area may be completely transformed.

Yakima Housing Authority is proposing a Yakima Veterans Housing Project with 38 units of safe, affordable housing for homeless and low-income veterans located at the former Marine Corps Reserve armory facility.

“Those are the folks who gave us our freedoms; it’s incumbent upon us to serve them and to give back to them, and this is a way for us to do that,” said Lowel Krueger, Yakima Housing Authority executive director.

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