Jose Magana works on the roof of a new home in 2015 in the Summerfield subdivision at North Berkeley Avenue and Field Drive in Turlock, Calif. Home construction is one of the sources of growth noted in a new economic forecast.
Jose Magana works on the roof of a new home in 2015 in the Summerfield subdivision at North Berkeley Avenue and Field Drive in Turlock, Calif. Home construction is one of the sources of growth noted in a new economic forecast. Joan Barnett Lee Modesto Bee file
Jose Magana works on the roof of a new home in 2015 in the Summerfield subdivision at North Berkeley Avenue and Field Drive in Turlock, Calif. Home construction is one of the sources of growth noted in a new economic forecast. Joan Barnett Lee Modesto Bee file

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