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A crane lifts one piece of two prefabricated homes over power lines Thursday. - Contributed photo
A crane lifts one piece of two prefabricated homes over power lines Thursday.
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A crane lifts one of eight pieces of two prefabricated homes over power lines Thursday – a sight that gave a number of passersby pause over the course of the day-long effort.

The three-bedroom homes, in the 15600-block of Columbia Avenue, were built "on spec" and are Seattle-based Method Homes' first Canadian project.

 

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