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The first entirely affordable housing project proposed in Belmont is moving forward slower than initially expected, but is still moving forward, officials said. 

On Tuesday, Oct. 22, the City Council agreed to extend an exclusive negotiating agreement with Los Angeles-based nonprofit LINC Housing, which is proposing to build 36 below-market-rate units in two buildings on city-owned land at the corner of Hill Street and El Camino Real. The exclusive negotiating agreement expired Oct. 7 and has been extended to March 9 of next year. 

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