Fifty-four homeless veterans and their families will have a home in time for the holidays this year on what was once a golf course at the Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center campus. Eagle Landing holds 44 apartments and 10 small houses. They will be ready for new occupants by mid-November. “We think this is a great investment in the health and well-being of our veteran population. We are very excited about this project and how it helps the VA meet an ambitious goal set by VA Secretary Eric Shinseki to ensure all veterans have a home by 2015,” said Roseburg …
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