In this file photo, R.K. Manis, a truck driver with Manis Custom Builders, stretches his legs after delivering part of the first affordable housing project home to its future location at Robertson and Wharf Street in Bluffton.
In this file photo, R.K. Manis, a truck driver with Manis Custom Builders, stretches his legs after delivering part of the first affordable housing project home to its future location at Robertson and Wharf Street in Bluffton. Sarah Welliver
In this file photo, R.K. Manis, a truck driver with Manis Custom Builders, stretches his legs after delivering part of the first affordable housing project home to its future location at Robertson and Wharf Street in Bluffton. Sarah Welliver

Affordable cottages arrive in old town

November 03, 2011 07:54 PM

UPDATED April 10, 2012 11:37 PM

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