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$1 MILLION COMING TO SIOUX CITY

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SIOUX CITY—SIOUX CITY STRUCTURES AND LOTS WILL RECEIVE NEW LIFE, THANKS TO A MILLION DOLLARS FROM THE IOWA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.

THE NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION PROGRAM FUNDS WILL REHABILITATE, DEMOLISH OR ACQUIRE PROPERTIES AT GRANDVIEW, INGLESIDE AND ALONG 28TH STREET.

NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES SUPERVISOR PAUL BARNES SAYS THE CITY WAS INVITED TO APPLY FOR THIS MONEY AFTER USING PREVIOUS IDED FUNDS SUCCESSFULLY.

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BARNES SAYS THEY WILL REHABILITATE THE PROPERTY AT 1509 GRANDVIEW INTO 5 RENTAL UNITS TO REDUCE DENSITY AND REVIVE THE HISTORIC CHARACTER.

AT 1620 INGLESIDE, THEY WILL CONSTRUCT A SINGLE-FAMILY HOME AND FROM 1105 TO 1111 28TH STREET, THEY’LL DEMOLISH ONE RED-TAGGED STRUCTURE AND REHABILITATE ANOTHER INTO AFFORDABLE RENTAL HOUSING.

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BARNES MADE THE ANNOUNCEMENT DURING THE CITY MANAGER’S MEETING WEDNESDAY.