The non-profit looking to build permanent homes for first-time home-owners needs a temporary shelter of its own.

IBerkshires.com reports that Habitat for Humanity, which was chosen by the Williamstown Affordable Housing Trust to build two single-family homes at the corner of Cole Avenue and Maple Street, is looking for help from a local resident or business.

Patrick Quinn said at last week's meeting of the trust board that they would like to do if they can find a large space to do some pre-construction of walls and things like that in the winter, which would will give them a head-start for next year.

Quinn says that Northern Berkshire Habitat for Humanity is on schedule to break ground for the first Maple Street home in the spring.

 

Patrick Quinn said at last week's meeting of the trust board that they would like to do if they can find a large space to do some pre-construction of walls and things like that in the winter, which would will give them a head-start for next year.