Sterling could get more federal housing money
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STERLING – The city is expected to receive up to $1 million more for its Neighborhood Stabilization Program.
“We’re hoping to be in line for funds for some of the leftover NSP money that wasn’t spent elsewhere in the state,” City Manager Scott Shumard said at Monday’s City Council meeting.
The city will use the money either to demolish or renovate more vacant or foreclosed properties, and sell them to qualified low- or moderate-income buyers.
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