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Awardees for Small Cities Grants Announced

State of Connecticut
 

On June 30, 2016, Governor Dannel Malloy and Department of Housing (DOH) Commissioner Evonne Klein announced that 21 towns were awarded $13 million from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Small Cities Program. The funding will support the revitalization of affordable housing and various community development efforts benefiting vulnerable residents in small towns across the state.

The grant recipients include:

  • Ansonia - Housing Rehabilitation Program: $400,000
  • Ashford - Food Bank Program: $56,847.34 
  • Cheshire - Cheshire Housing Rehabilitation: $400,000 
  • Colchester - Dublin Village ADA & Capital Improvements: $800,000
  • Durham - Mauro Meadows Housing Complex: $700,000 
  • East Granby - Roofing Site and Energy Improvements at Metacomet Village: $800,000 
  • East Windsor - ADA Fire Safety & Emergency Improvements at Park Hill Elderly Housing project: $599,000
  • Ellington - Regional Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program: $450,000 
  • Granby - Improvements at Salmon Brook Apartments Senior Housing Complex: $800,000 
  • Groton - Pequot Village I and II Elderly Housing Renovations: $800,000
  • Hampton - Hampton Regional Housing Rehabilitation Program: $450,000
  • Killingly - Maple Court Congregate Rehabilitation Project: $800,000
  • Rocky Hill - Harold J. Murphy Senior Housing Improvements: $800,000
  • Seymour - Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program: $400,000
  • Shelton - Helen Devaux Housing Complex-Public Housing Modernization: $800,000 
  • Southbury - Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program: $400,000 
  • Sprague - River Street Reconstruction - 1st and 2nd Avenue: $500,000
  • Trumbull - Stern Village Senior Housing Complex: $800,000 
  • Voluntown - Greenwood Manor Public Housing Modernization: $700,000
  • Wallingford - McGuire Court Improvement project: $800,000 
  • Woodbury - Housing Rehabilitation Program: $400,000 

Click here to read the full announcement. 

 
 

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