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Rhode Island public housing authorities receive $16 million
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. Public housing authorities throughout the Ocean State are receiving more than 16 (m) million dollars in federal funding.

The U-S Department of Housing and Urban Development is awarding the grant through the Capital Fund Program.

The program provides assistance to public housing agencies.

The funds are to be used for development, financing, modernization of public housing, vacancy reduction and bringing buildings up to code.

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