Osage Nation breaks ground on complex that will provide free housing for seniors

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The browser does not support the specified video codec FAIRFAX, Okla. ( KFOR ) – The Osage Nation officially broke ground on what will be the location of a senior housing complex in Fairfax.

Crews will build 20 housing units during the construction, according to Osage Nation officials. Osage Nation members break ground on a new senior housing complex in Fairfax. Osage Nation Senior Housing provides maintenance-free and affordable rental housing to tribal elders who reside on the tribe’s reservation. Latest News

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