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Mon January 11, 2010
Grants Working for Low-Income Homes
By Angela Hatton
Dawson Springs, KY – Renovations are underway on Hopkins County homes that received Community Development Block Grants. The Pennyrile Area Development District received the two million dollars in grant funds last year to the homes of low-income residents in Dawson Springs and Morton's Gap. Housing Coordinator Suzanne Arnold says work is underway on six homes in Morton's Gap and bids are out on locations in Dawson Springs. Arnold says the work should be finished within a year.