DETROIT (AP) -- The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development says it's giving $30 million in grants to 122 public housing authorities in Michigan for large-scale improvement projects.
HUD announced the grants Thursday. They fall under HUD's Capital Fund Program.
The Department says the Detroit Housing Commission is getting an $8.5 million grant, while the Flint Housing Commission is getting $1.48 million and the Lansing Housing Commission $1.19 million.
Other large grants to local Michigan housing commissions include $974,000 to Inkster, $865,000 to Hamtramck, $721,000 to Saginaw, $698,000 to Bay City, $583,000 to Port Huron, $579,000 to Grand Rapids and $561,000 to Jackson.
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