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USDA announces application timeframe for Housing Preservation Grants

The United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development announced in the June 18 Federal Register the timeframe and guidelines for applications to be submitted under the Housing Preservation Grant program. Applications are awarded funding based on a national competitive application process.

Housing Preservation Grants provide funding to selected recipient organizations (grantee) to develop programs that financially assist in the repair and rehabilitation of individually owned housing, rental properties, or co-ops owned and/or occupied by eligible households.

Potential applicants include qualified state and local governments, private nonprofit organizations, federally recognized Indian Tribes, or a consortium of eligible entities.

Applications are to be delivered by 5 p.m. CDT on Aug. 2 to USDA Rural Development; Suite 308 Federal Building; 100 Centennial Mall North; Lincoln, NE 68508.

Contact Sharon Kluck at the Nebraska USDA Rural Development State Office for additional information, 402-437-5035. Visit http://www.rurdev.usda.gov/ne.

Date: 7/15/2013



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