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Lloydminster Region Housing Group get $200K from Alberta government

The Lloydminster Region Housing Group is getting $200,000 in funding from the Alberta government to support upgrades to housing units. The government says it is funding 30 housing providers across the province that operate government-owned affordable housing.

Lloydminster Region Housing Group lists the following renos to be undertaken:

Common Area Lighting Upgrade to LED:
Fellowship Village
Knox Manor
Padua Place
Southridge Estates

Lloydminster I Duplex Renovations:
Siding, soffits, facia, and skirting for the remaining 7 duplexes (total of 14 units).
House Upgrades:
Shingle replacement
General house restoration
Padua Place Rooftop Fans:
Replacement of rooftop fans at Padua Place

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A few groups around the region are also getting funding support including:

  • Eagle Hill Foundation in Two Hills – $250,000
  • Lakeland Lodge and Housing Foundation in Bonnyville – $300,000
  • The Smoky Lake Foundation – $200,000

Overall, $16 million was made available in additional funding to support work on 400 houses across the province, say officials.

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