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A 62-year-old resident from Westwood was homeless for years, but recently moved into a new home. Rebuilding Together Dayton finished repairs and maintenance on the woman’s house on Monday.
The nonprofit partnered with contractors from Ravlin’s Roofing & Painting and Rambo’s Plumbing to fix up her house, located on Huron Avenue. They also provided the resident with a SeasonalSafe@Home “Fix It Kit.”
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