According to the Greeneville Sun, the Greeneville Housing Authority is expected to get about $1 million from the federal economic stimulus package passed by Congress last week.
The infrastructure portion of the $787 billion stimulus package includes $4 billion for public housing improvements, according to the Associated Press.
Rebecca Moyer Adams, the authority's executive director, says she wants to use the money to develop off-the-street parking for units in GHA's Development 1 on Ross Boulevard, Cox Circle and Easterly Lane.
Adams said she also wants to use the funds to install chain-link fencing between GHA and the adjacent Twin Oaks Village apartment complex.
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