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CDFA Issues $4m in grants to NH communities

Source: New Hampshire CDFA A press release from the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority website announced that $4 million in Community Development Block Grants would be awarded to various New Hampshire cities, towns, and counties. The purpose of this donation would be to help create affordable housing for the citizens of New Hampshire as well as help to upgrade many public facilities. These CDFA grants are meant to help the lower income residents of these areas. The regions receiving the awards include Cheshire County, Marlborough, Winchester, Berlin, Coos County, Lebanon, Exeter, Laconia, and Franklin. Some towns will be using them for community centers, child care facilities, low-income apartments, and learning centers. So what does this mean for New Hampshire residents? Help is on the way for struggling towns and citizens. The money the CDFA is donating is meant to help lower income families and businesses succeed and live more comfortably without the constant worry of money. What do you think about these grants? Will they make a difference for New Hampshire communities? To see the full press release or find more information, visit the CDFA website.

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