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Governor Cuomo announces $10.6 million in funding for upstate disaster-relief housing

Nov 10, 2014
Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently announced $10.6 million in funding will be available to develop shovel-ready, multi-family affordable housing projects in two communities in upstate New York. A total of 77 units will be built in Broome and Madison counties, where communities sustained significant losses of housing by Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee, as well as from severe storms and flooding that again devastated the region last year.

The affordable housing projects are the first of their kind expedited by the state in order to more quickly provide residents with quality affordable housing following the storms. 

To read the governor's entire press release, click here.
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