Workers Forced Into Pricey Housing Market

From Times Wire Reports

Health officials ordered the evacuation of a $21-million employee-housing complex in Breckenridge after finding mold in all 80 units, forcing many low-income workers into the pricey local housing market as ski season begins today.

Residents of the Breckenridge Terrace apartments were ordered to leave by the end of the month.

The 3-year-old complex houses about 300 people, though not all the units were occupied.

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