City Plans for Residential Repairs

Program Rehabilitates Houses of Low-Income Owners

Posted: January 10, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Officials plan to spend more than a half-million dollars a year for the next five years to renovate homes of low-income residents.

By the Numbers

Budget for Springdale Community Development Block Grant Program

Program 2012 2013

Administration $35,000 $50,000

Public Services $40,000 $70,000

Housing Services $403,606 $570,349

Total $478,606 $690,349

Source: City Of Springdale

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Talk about a bunch of cheap people. to reduce the Seven Hills amount by 50,000 wow you could have helped so many more people but the Cheap city council of Springdale chose to be CHEAP CHEAP. So much for helping the people that need it. the Homeless. I have lost total respect for you jake legs. I will disuss this in person when I see some of you at the local gossip holes you hangout at. Good job at making Springdale look like a bunch of total JERKS.

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January 10, 2013 at 8:35 a.m. ( | suggest removal )