Lansing will receive a $6 million federal grant to fight blight in the city.. To find out more about Facebook commenting please. the state announced $75 million in federal money to remove.
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Detroit to get $21 million more for blight demolition. A state board Wednesday afternoon approved moving $32.7 million from its federal hardest hit fund award into blight removal for Detroit and.
But blight. million go to help homeowners. What did Ohio get? Treasury announced the awards on April 20. Ohio got nowhere near what it wanted. The state’s final award was $94.3 million, only 37.7.
LANSING, MI – Gov. Rick Snyder announced on December 16th, 2014 that over $75 million in federal funding will be divided among 12 cities, including Detroit, to combat blight and continue driving Michigan’s economic revitalization.
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Jackson – The city of Jackson wants to raze up to 400 homes if funding to fight blight comes through. Jackson is among 12 Michigan cities seeking part of $75 million in federal funding to deal.
Michigan plans $75M more fed funds to fight blight in Detroit, Flint Plan to utilize increased Hardest Hit fund allocation approved.. michigan to get $75 million more to fight blight.
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The MSHDA already received $100 million in an previous grant from the Hardest Hit Fund, but now the state will get even more to . . . The fight against residential blight isn’t over in Michigan.
Last year, Congress approved spending $2 billion to fund blight elimination programs nationwide. The U.S. Department of Treasury today says Michigan is eligible for more than $300 million from the Hardest Hit fund. Nearly $75 million is available immediately. U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Flint, has been among those fighting for the blight money.
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Muskegon Heights will be given $1.8 million to demolish more than 200 homes blighted homes beyond repair, officials said Tuesday, Dec. 16.. to fight blight; part of state’s $75 million in.
Detroit getting $50 million to fight blight. The following is an excerpt: Detroit – Michigan is splitting $75 million in federal funding between 12 cities, including nearly $50 million for Detroit, in its latest battle to reduce blight in the state, the governor’s office announced Tuesday.
"This is an opportunity for homeowners to get some hands-on help. saginaw winning blight fight, but ‘great need’ to do more, official says More than two years after it launched, an $11.2 million.