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Over a $1 million coming to help build housing for those in need

Two new facilities located in Martin and Pike counties, which will be designed for low-income special needs families, received over $1 million in grant funding this week. The Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati awarded two grants worth $1.1 million to Mountain Comprehensive Care Center in Prestonsburg and Citizens National Bank of Paintsville, to help build the facilities.

The Martin County unit will be constructed in Debord; the Pike County building will be in Pikeville. They will have fourteen and eight units, respectively, with the express purpose of housing people and families who earn little money and those with special needs.

Filed under: Pike Co. | Martin Co. | Public service


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