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CDBG grants awarded.

The Community Development Advisory Board has granted approval to housing, public facilities, economic development and emergency health and safety projects totaling some $2.8 million to be funded by Community Development Block Grants through the Community Development Finance Authority.

The grants include:

* $500,000 to CATCH Neighborhood Housing towards site work for file construction of 41 affordable and physically accessible units of senior housing in Concord.

* $500,000 to Southwestern Community Services to rehabilitate a building in Keene's Railroad Yard into a Head Start center.

* $190,000 to Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center to convert a town-owned building into an adult day-care center in Greenfield.

* $200,000 to the Lancaster Play and Learn to construct a child-care facility to replace the current center.

* $400,000 to the Littleton Area Learning Center to rehabilitate an existing building into an early learning center that will house the Tri-County CAP Head Start program and Kinder Center childcare center.

* $500,000 to Rockingham Economic Development Corp. to provide a loan to a start-up business, Asphalt Recovery Technologies to finance new equipment and machinery.
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Title Annotation:REAL ESTATE & CONSTRUCTION; Community Development Advisory Board
Publication:New Hampshire Business Review
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U1NH
Date:May 25, 2007
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