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Apple Valley has approved funding for eight local nonprofits, thanks to some help from the federal government.

Those entities include assistance for seniors and disabled adults, housing for youth programs, fair housing services, homeless shelters and food banks, according to a statement on the town’s website.

Funding comes from Community Development Block Grants provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Development. Those grants are meant to help provide housing and economic opportunities for low to moderate-income people.

Apple Valley received more than $600,000 in HUD grants this year.

“These local non-profit agencies ensure the care of hundreds if not thousands of local Apple Valley residents,” said Mayor Curt Emick in the statement. “Each year, this special funding ensures our residents are receiving services and resources to help improve their quality of life.”

Apple Valley will also use this year’s funding for code enforcement and community enhancement, according to the statement.

 

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  1. Interested in info re: the housing help for low to moderate income and also disabled persons
    Thank you

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