Michigan to get $75 million more to fight blight

Lansing – Detroit will receive $41.9 million in federal funding to fight blight and. of the money allocated for blight removal has gone to Michigan and Ohio. About two-thirds of that amount is.

According to a report from MLive.com, the michigan state housing Development Authority is set to receive $75 million more from the federal government to decrease foreclosures and stabilize.

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A plan to combat blight in 12 Michigan cities was approved for $75 million in Federal funding by the U.S. Department of Treasury. The plan, created by the Michigan State Housing Development.

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Detroit – Michigan is splitting $75 million in federal funding between 12 cities, including nearly $50 million for Detroit, in its latest battle to reduce blight in the state, the governor’s office.

$100 million in federal funding is headed to Michigan to help knock down abandoned homes. NBC25’s Walter Smith-Randolph reports from Flint.

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LANSING – Michigan plans to fight blight in Lansing and 11 other cities using $75 million in federal funding, the latest in a series of efforts to deal with vacant and dilapidated buildings across.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — State housing officials are working out the final details of just how much a dozen Michigan cities will get to demolish vacant houses from a $75 million pot of federal money.

New push to expand police surveillance in Detroit neighborhoods DETROIT (AP) – Michigan has divided more than $75 million in federal funding to fight blight among 12 cities, with Detroit getting about two-thirds of the money, as part of efforts to deal with vacant and dilapidated buildings across the state, officials announced Tuesday. Detroit is getting $50 million from the U.S. Department of Treasury’s "Hardest Hit" fund program, including $2.6 million.

Gov. Rick Snyder announced that more than $75 million in federal funding will be divided among 12 cities to combat blight and continue driving michigan’s economic revitalization.

The office of Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder announced the Treasury Department’s approval of the Michigan State Housing Development Authority ‘s plan, which will see the state dedicate 75% of the $74.5.

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LANSING, Mich. – The federal government has approved Michigan’s $74.5 million plan to help homeowners statewide avoid foreclosure and eliminate blight in Detroit and Flint. Gov. Rick Snyder on.