Pavlov applauds grants to Huron, Sanilac counties for homeowner rehabilitation projects

LANSING, Mich. — State Sen. Phil Pavlov attended a ceremony Monday where more than $600,000 in grants were awarded to Huron and Sanilac counties for homeowner rehabilitation projects.

The Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) awarded a $259,600 grant to Huron County to enable the county to rehabilitate 11 owner-occupied housing units in Bad Axe, Harbor Beach, and Sebewaing.

MSHDA also awarded $365,800 to Sanilac County to enable the county to rehabilitate 14 owner-occupied housing units in Croswell, Lexington, and Marlette.

“The improvements to these housing units will enrich the lives of the homeowners,” said Pavlov, R-St. Clair Township. “These grants are a worthy investment.”

Pictured, from left: Sanilac County Treasurer Trudy Nicol; Sanilac County Administrator Kathy Dorman; MSHDA Director Kevin Elsenheimer; Sanilac County Commissioner, District 2 Justin Faber; state Sen. Phil Pavlov, R-St. Clair Township; Sanilac County Finance Director Kelly Gerstenberger.

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