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Take a survey to help the city spend $13 million wisely

Friday, March 29, 2019 by Tai Moses

The city of Austin needs your input deciding how to spend $13 million a year in grant money from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The funds are earmarked for projects related to affordable housing, job creation, and public services for seniors, youth, disabled people, and low- and moderate-income families. The two-minute online survey, managed by the Neighborhood Housing and Community Development Department, asks you to rank your community priorities and give feedback on the best ways to help the city’s most vulnerable populations thrive. The survey closes in a few days, so get your 2 cents in there soon!


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