EXCERPT: “Elected officials and social-service groups are pledging to make affordable housing a priority in the Twin Cities. But one agency says the metro area could see even greater numbers of people needing help with housing. The Metropolitan Council estimates that roughly 250,000 households are strapped, trying to find affordable places to live. It says over the next decade, that number could grow by more more than 37,000. The Council’s Livable Communities Manager Tara Beard says right now, it looks like the region will struggle to meet that need.” FULL STORY: https://fluence-media.co/38tds7N