Neighborhood Stabilization Program winding down
City has six homes left to sell, will meet its deadline, coordinator says
STERLING – Nine down, six to go.
The Neighborhood Stabilization Program has been “very beneficial” for the city, its coordinator said Tuesday.
Mike Wolber, the city’s former building and zoning coordinator now leads the housing program. The city is on track to spend $2.7 million in federal grant money by its Feb. 11 deadline, he said.
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