HUD awards Grants to 39 Projects To Protect Children From Lead Hazards

 

HUD awards grants to 39 local projects to protect children and families from the hazards of lead paint.  Funds from the grants will be used to clean up at risk homes, train workers in lead paint safety and promote public awareness .

Here  is a state-by-state breakdown of the funding announced today:

 

State

Grantee

Amount

 Arizona  City of Phoenix

$2,475,000

 California  City and County of San Francisco

$2,500,000

   City of Pomona

$2,475,000

   City of South Lake Tahoe

$2,000,000

   County of Alameda

$2,134,863

   City of Fresno

$2,475,000

 Connecticut  State of Connecticut

$3,000,000

 

 City of Waterbury

$2,475,000

 Delaware  City of Wilmington

$2,589,695

 Illinois  City of Chicago

$3,000,000

   Winnebago County Health Department

$2,885,700

 

 County of Peoria

$2,475,000

 

 County of Kane

$1,040,796

 Indiana  Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County

$3,000,000

 Iowa  City of Davenport

$2,475,000

 

 Polk County

$2,475,000

 

 City of Waterloo

$1,705,557

 Kentucky  Kentucky Department for Public Health

$1,099,971

 Massachusetts  City of Boston

$2,475,000

   City of Lynn

$2,469,051

   Malden Redevelopment Authority-City of Malden

$3,000,000

 Michigan  City of Lansing

$1,728,605

 

 County of Muskegon

$1,100,000

 Minnesota  Hennepin County

$3,000,000

 Missouri  St. Louis Community Development Administration

$3,000,000

 New York  Erie County

$2,375,000

 North Carolina  City of High Point

$2,475,000

 Ohio  City of Columbus

$3,000,000

 Pennsylvania  City of Philadelphia

$3,000,000

 

 Redevelopment Authority of the City of Erie

$2,475,000

 Tennessee  City of Memphis

$3,000,000

 Texas  City of Austin

$2,500,000

 

 City of San Antonio

$3,000,000

 

 County of Harris

$2,700,000

 

 Houston Department of Health and Human Services

$3,000,000

 Vermont  City of Burlington

$2,475,000

 Virginia  City of Petersburg

$1,100,000

 

 City of Roanoke

$1,855,733

 Wisconsin  City of Waukesha

$1,100,000

 

When you are ready to buy or sell Brooklyn Real Estate feel free to call me at

917-861-9166

Michele Cadogan

Fillmore Real Estate

Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker

www.brooklynhomesbymichele.com  

 

 

source:hud

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