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Habitat for Humanity of Lee and Hendry Counties held a land dedication ceremony in the Heritage Heights neighborhood in Lee County, marking the launch of a collaboration with the Federal Emergency Management Agency that will provide temporary housing for families displaced due to Hurricane Ian. The land is off Golden Journey Road in Harlem Heights, northwest of HealthPark Medical Center. In search of available land for a temporary housing community, FEMA contacted Habitat about establishing an agreement to lease a portion of undeveloped property within phase two of the Heritage Heights development. The lease will allow FEMA to provide and maintain temporary housing on Habitat’s property until families can safely return home. The site will include a separate road to access housing units for 58 families, enclosed by a privacy fence. 

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