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Residents of Finch Place pose for a picture outside their building this week. The 29-unit complex offers affordable housing for island seniors that will be preserved if a pending sale to the Kitsap County Consolidated Housing Authority goes through. The building, located in Winslow, opened in 1986.  - Meagan O’Shea/Staff Photo
Residents of Finch Place pose for a picture outside their building this week. The 29-unit complex offers affordable housing for island seniors that will be preserved if a pending sale to the Kitsap County Consolidated Housing Authority goes through. The building, located in Winslow, opened in 1986.
— image credit: Meagan O’Shea/Staff Photo

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