County again asking for U.S. funds to pay housing coordinator

April 17, 2001

The Carroll Board of County Commissioners has again applied for a $39,398 annual federal grant that would pay the salary and benefits of the county's housing coordinator.

The housing coordinator helps low-income families find resources, such as child care and transportation, that they need to become self-sufficient within five years. The county has had a coordinator and has received the grant for several years. Funding is from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Fifty-four families receive aid. County officials expect to hear this fall whether the application is approved.

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