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City, county awarded $750K to pay for home improvements
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The city of McMinnville and Warren County government have been approved to receive $750,000 from a Tennessee Housing Development Agency grant to help low-income homeowners make needed repairs.Mayor Jimmy Haley made the announcement Tuesday and says he has been receiving calls from homeowners about the grant since February when the city applied for it.“I have received a lot of phone calls about this and I’m please to announce the city’s application has been approved,” said Haley. “We will receive $375,000. The county will receive $375,000, as well.”The grant is through the Upper Cumberland Development District and an approved homeowner in Warren County could receive up to $40,000 in free repairs to their home.