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<p>Courtesy photo A ground breaking ceremony was held Tuesday for the 14-unit John O'Brien House complex being constructed for the very low-income, mentally-ill. From left, Sheryldene Rogers, with Goodale and Barbieri, Brian O’Donnell, western regional vice president of St. Vincent de Paul, Linda Mitchell, president of the board of directors of St. Vincent de Paul North Idaho, Dean Haagenson, Contractors Northwest, Inc., John Bruning, St. Vincent de Paul North Idaho housing board, Pat O’Brien—wife of late John O’Brien, Andrew Evenson, St. Vincent de Paul North Idaho board member, Sandi Bloem, mayor of Coeur d’Alene, Patrick Shea, multi-family housing director for Housing and Urban Development, Chris Copstead, vice president of the board of directors at St. Vincent de Paul North Idaho.</p>

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COEUR d'ALENE - The waiting list for the Lynn Peterson House for low-income people with disabilities is four years.