For the reconstruction of homes for displaced families and people of Talent, a large sum of 73 million dollars is provided to the countries affected by the wildfire. This money will be spent on the living of people relocated due to wildfires in various counties in the state of Oregon.
Talent Mobile Home will be converted into a self-owned resident in the neighborhood by making it an affordable home with the help of a Seven million fund. Local non-profit Coalición Fortaleza is helping Oregon’s Casa to build houses for those affected people.
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“The past 20 months, we’ve been exploring this idea of what would it look like to purchase land and bring back families to Talent or to Phoenix,” says Érica Ledesma, Executive Director of Coalición Fortaleza.
She said that CASA is achieving its goal by purchasing the land for the Talent Mobile Estates, “this is not just an idea anymore; this is actually happening,” says Ledesma.
Home construction is underway for the people of Talent Mobile Estate, allowing them to remodel and redesign their homes.
By including future residents and their families, Rose Ojeda, CASA Director of Manufactured Housing and Cooperative Development, thinks this should be joyful and exciting. The community should develop plans for the location of their community center and open areas.
Ojeda stated, “This is their housing, this is their community, and they should have a say in how we build both the site plan and the units.”
The initiative has significantly benefited from the involvement of the local community. Volunteers have made phone calls to the relocated families to foster camaraderie, held cultural gatherings, and offered food.
This project aims to showcase the voices of the Latino population and represent their culture because a significant number of citizens come from this ethnic group.
It is “essential” for students to imagine what their community might look like if they were in charge of designing it, says Ojeda.
As soon as inhabitants and non-profit organizations have agreed on a layout, Ojeda expects the units to be ready for installation in the coming year. It is important to them that they maintain a strong sense of connection to their land, culture, and community and leave a lasting legacy.
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