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American Rescue Plan Act federal funding is helping to leverage the work by Habitat for Humanity, which re-habs older homes and builds new affordable housing, often with the help of largely-volunteer crews. Habitat for Humanity-Roanoke has also launched a workforce development program that includes on-the-job training; more on that story tomorrow morning. At a 100-year-old house being renovated on Mountain Avenue Southeast,  Roanoke Vice-Mayor Joe Cobb other other city officials took a tour this morning: