Hoeven Announces More Than $1.4 Million in HUD Grants for North Dakota
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Hoeven Announces More Than $1.4 Million in HUD Grants for North Dakota

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WASHINGTON – May 1, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Senator John Hoeven today announced that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded more than $1.4 million in housing grants to 15 housing authorities across North Dakota. The funds are made available through the Public Housing Operating Fund which helps local housing authorities support vulnerable low- and extremely low-income families.

The awards are as follows:

Fargo Housing and Redevelopment Authority: $481,533
Burleigh County Housing Authority: $272,564
Minot Housing Authority: $182,258
Housing Authority of Cass County: $131,582
Rolette County Housing Authority: $78,125
Housing Authority of the City of Williston: $71,439
Ramsey County Housing Authority: $37,837
Traill County Housing Authority: $31,987
Mercer County Housing Authority: $31,812
Nelson County Housing Authority: $29,909
Barnes County Housing Authority: $23,534
Towner County Housing Authority: $17,388
Emmons County Housing Authority: $13,579
Benson County Housing Authority: $9,490
McIntosh County Housing Authority: $4,471
Total: $1,412,983

“A place to live is a fundamental need,” Hoeven said. “These grants help North Dakotans find an affordable place to live and raise a family throughout our state.”

Senator Hoeven serves on the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee where he works to support the Public Housing Operating Fund and other HUD programs that empower the efforts of local housing authorities to eliminate homelessness, including veteran’s homelessness.

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