SOUTHERN ILLINOIS – Some southern Illinois housing authorities will be receiving federal money for management improvements and the development, financing, and modernization of Public Housing properties.
In a press release Thursday, Congressman Mike Bost’s office announced that over $20 million in grants will be awarded to housing authorities in Illinois’ 12th U.S. House District.
Some of the local housing authorities to receive money include the Jefferson and Perry County Housing Authorities receiving about $800,000 each, and the Williamson and Franklin County Housing Authorities each receiving more than $1.7 million. The Housing Authority in Marion got over $828,000.
Southern Illinois Housing Authorities Receiving Grants
Housing Authority of East St Louis: $5,030,709
Granite City Housing Authority: $1,058,916
Alexander County Housing Authority: $1,184,351
St. Clair Housing Authority: $2,636,719
Housing Authority of Pulaski County: $273,671
Perry County Housing Authority: $800,495
Housing Authority of the County of Williamson: $1,741,425
Randolph County Housing Authority: $426,793
Housing Authority of the County of Jackson: $2,038,230
Housing Authority for the City of Alton: $696,226
Housing Authority of Jefferson County: $809,395
Housing Authority of the County of Franklin: $1,744,779
Housing Authority of the County of Union: $904,569
Housing Authority of the City of Marion: $828,621