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Federal relief money lost on state housing projects in “difficult neighborhoods”

A federal audit criticized Connecticut housing officials for failing to finish a number of projects supported with $25 million in grant money, with one official blaming "difficult neighborhoods" for the failures. The state of Connecticut was given $25 million in funds to purchase and rehabilitate houses and buildings that were abandoned or foreclosed during the housing market collapse. However the audit cited instances where work was never completed and properties were left abandoned and falling down.

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CT Sunlight: Salaries, Pensions …

CT Sunlight: View every state salary, pension, and expenditure. Find out where the money is going. Visit CTSunlight.org

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Marc E. Fitch

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