Monday, October 13, 2008

Nashville Receives Federal Funds For Neighborhood Clean-Up

Channel 5 News NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Nashville is getting $4-million from the federal government. It's all to help clean up and re-sell foreclosed homes. Metro has about 3,000 houses in foreclosure. Some of them are neighborhood eyesores. The Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency says their plan is to secure those properties and resell them to stabilize the neighborhoods. That money though, isn't coming until next year

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