Communities race to commit HUD grants for neighborhoods

Kaffer, Nancy; Halcom, Chad; Lane, Amy
July 2010
Crain's Detroit Business;7/19/2010, Vol. 26 Issue 29, p3
The article reports on the federal Neighborhood Stabilization Program of Wayne County, Michigan and reports that several communities are trying to commit funds for their neighborhood. It reports that the program marked a milestone for Wayne County Chief Development Officer, Turkia Mullin. The county designated its entire 25.9 million dollar allotment in June, 2010 as the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development audit was critical of its ability to handle the stabilization funds.


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