House and Manufactured Home Repair Program for Low Income Underway

daily-courier-ken-hedler-credit-planner-ruth-may-posted-daily-business-news-mhpronews-com-Chino Valley, Arizona launched a home repair program for low-income residents. The town joined other nearby locations in AZ, said planner Ruth Mayday, who oversaw a similar program for the town of Prescott Valley. “We have to serve the population that the state of Arizona tells us in terms of household income and household composition,” Mayday said. “That is what we focus on, those that have the greatest need.” Applicants must not exceed 80 percent of the median income for the area. Household income caps range from $30,750 a year for an individual to $57,950 for a family of eight. Once qualified, Chino Valley will use contractors who bid on repairs for the individual homes. ##

(Photo credit Ruth Mayday, Daily Courier/Ken Heder)

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