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ST. PAUL – The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners is expected to consider a proposal this week which would establish a $10 million fund to help create affordable housing projects in the county. About half of the funds could come from sale of county assets, such as 80 acres of land in Maplewood, with the other half coming from foundations or private sources, according to the plan. The proposal, which could help finance from 600 to 2,500 new housing units over the next few decades – depending on the level of assistance – is backed by a group that includes three of the seven county commissioners.

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