"Delaware County is slated to get $2.1 million in the first wave of locally targeted stimulus money.
The money -- part of $177 million made eligible to Indiana this week from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development -- can be spent on public housing, homelessness prevention and community development projects.
The funding is from the massive stimulus package signed into law this month.
The largest chunk for Muncie -- $872,488 -- is designated for the Muncie Housing Authority. The money can be used to modernize or develop public housing but can't be spent for operations or rental assistance."
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