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Habitat and Channel Cove ceremonies


December 14, 2022

Everyone is invited to attend Skagit Habitat for Humanity’s 41st home dedication ceremony 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 18 at 938 Park Street in Channel Cove. Walk over or get parking instructions by RSVPing to 360-420-3649 or [email protected]

The three-bedroom duplex volunteers have renovated is one of five homes in the 25 unit Channel Cove complex Skagit Habitat controls separately from Skagit Home Trust, the community land trust managing the development.

Skagit Home Trust invites people to attend a groundbreaking ceremony 3 p.m. Dec. 20 for five homes it is constructing on the north end of Channel Cove. Past plans called for Grandview Construction building 1,300 square feet, three bedroom, two bath homes

Completing the development near Caledonia Street and Maple Avenue has been delayed since 2019, derailed by the coronavirus pandemic and the economic troubles in its aftermath: labor and material availability and costs and inflation.

Home Trust of Skagit has owned the Channel Cove neighborhood since 2011. Its Mount Vernon properties are the Summerlynd neighborhood and some scattered housing.

As a community land trust, Home Trust of Skagit, owns the land underneath the homes.


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