Northam congratulates Newport News, Norfolk on HUD grants to advance community transformation



Governor Ralph Northam congratulates Mayor of Newport News Dr. McKinley L. Price and Mayor of Norfolk Kenny Alexander for receiving a combined $60 million in implementation grants from HUD through the Choice Neighborhoods Initiative, which provides grants to local communities to transform neighborhoods into places of choice by focusing on rebuilding distressed public housing and assisted housing, improving outcomes, expanding learning opportunities, creating pathways to jobs, and strengthening families....

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