The Crookston City Council
passed a resolution in support of the 30 unit multi-family housing development
for the city and transferred funds to the Crookston Housing and Economic
Development Authority (CHEDA) for the project at their meeting on Tuesday. “This
is big for Crookston as we go through the application process and get the tax
credits, but this is another step and appreciate the councils support and
Tri-Valley appreciates the support also,” said Crookston City Administrator
Shannon Stassen. “For CHEDA to be a partner we are transferring $200,000 for the
purchase of the property for the housing project and makes them a partner and
strengthens the grant application.”
Jason Carlson, Executive Director at Tri Valley Opportunity Council thanked the
city council for their support of the 30 unit housing project and encouraged
them to attend the housing meeting today.
The council had the second reading and final passage of the amended ordinance
dealing with health and safety nuisance which modifies enforcement and abatement
procedures and adds an administrative fine. The change will help the fire
department control junk problems in residential areas.
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