More Muskegon Residents to Qualify for Weatherization and Emergency Repair Funds

To previously qualify for use of these funds, a household’s income had to equal 50% or less of the city’s annual median income (AMI). With Tuesday’s resolution, households with incomes 50 to 60% of AMI can now qualify for vinyl siding application, emergency repairs and other weatherization. This new portion of households (from 50-60% AMI) will be required to pay in a $250 up-front fee for emergency repairs.

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UPDATE: Date Change for Open House for Neighborhood Stabilization Program Houses in Muskegon

While more houses are being refurbished and built in the coming months, this leaves only two completed locations on the CNS office’s for-sale list, located at 143 E. Isabella and 1204 Ransom Street.

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Muskegon’s Neighborhood Stabilization Program Sells More Homes, Open House Scheduled

As of now, a total of six of nine homes will have been sold to buyers in the community since sales started last December. One is currently in the closing process, and the two remaining houses are located at 134 East Isabella and 1201 Ransom.

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