McKeesport soon may have two new homes built in the city’s Seventh Ward cultural and educational district — and perhaps more after that.
City council Wednesday gave “unqualified support” to ACTION-Housing Inc.’s requests for funding for two homes on space cleared near the Twin Rivers school complex.
“ACTION-Housing will act as a partner with the city in the development and sale of the two new homes,” Mayor Michael Cherepko wrote in a letter dated Feb. 27 to Allegheny County’s Department of Economic Development.
That department handles a housing development fund and affordable housing trust fund that could be part of a mix of funding sources the nonprofit will pursue.
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