Richmond's blight program will extend to 2019, reach nearly 200 homes ... funds provided through the Indiana Housing and Community Development ... The blight elimination grants provide $15,000 per home, or $25,000 per home ...
Richmond still has 15 homes to bring down before blight program ends ... Municipal Building to help the city wrap up its Blight Elimination Program. ... file the claims with (the Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority), ...
RICHMOND, Ind. — Richmond's Blight Elimination Program was scheduled to wrap up by the end of this year, ... funds provided through the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority for the Blight Elimination Program.
RICHMOND, Ind. — With more than 140 dilapidated houses already demolished, city officials have another 41 they hope will come down before the Blight Elimination Program ends this year.
City Planner Sarah Mitchell said work to tear down 17 houses will begin soon with another 14 about to be put out for bids. The city is going through the process to acquire another five houses, with three of those set to close Wednesday.
RICHMOND, Ind. — With more than 130 dilapidated homes already demolished, the city of Richmond is moving into the final months of the Blight Elimination Program.
The city is waiting on state approval for another 20 homes that officials want to take down. City Planner Sarah Mitchell said her office got a letter from the state a couple of weeks ago with an update on those houses, and she expects to get the final OK on them sometime next month.