The plan to move residents out of Fairchild Air Force Base's Accident Potential Zone and into new housing has hit a roadblock.
Officials�just got word state legislators aren't setting aside money for the project in the 2013-2015 Housing Trust Fund Project List.
"We�are asking our legislators to please give us some money so we can proceed with the project, protect the base and put those families into living conditions that are suitable even standard," Mayor of Airway Heights Patrick Rushing said.
For the last several years, several local non-profits have worked on a plan to relocate the people who live in this zone.
"We want to make sure we give them a better option to live in, right now they don't have those options and they feel like they are really trapped," Rushing said.
Catholic Charities, Habitat for Humanity and Community Frameworks are working on�the $31 million project�that would�build 180 homes just west of Northern Quest Casino.
People like Shawn Harris who live in the Accident Potential Zone, known as the APZ, said�they would be happy to move out of the area and�into a place that's not impacted by Fairchild's flight plan.