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Hiawatha City Commission approves housing grant application

(KNZA)--The Hiawatha City Commission in a special meeting Wednesday morning approved a resolution authorizing the preparation and submittal of a housing grant application.

The city will seek a $650,000 grant from the Kansas Housing Resources Corporation for a duplex development project planned in the community.

The Commission last month approved an agreement with The Anderson Group, of DeSoto, Kansas, for the constructon of six duplexes on about two-acres of city-owned land west of Bruning Park. The duplexes will be available for rent to residents.

As part of the agreement, the city agreed to seek the grant to help with the estimated $4 million project.

The special meeting lasted less than five minutes.

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