City council approves community project
At Tuesday’s regular Creston City Council meeting, the city and Union County Development Association (UCDA) agreed to work together toward acquisition of a vacant property, 507 South Elm Street, for the purpose of improving the property as part of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program.
The acquisition of this property is part of an ongoing effort to clean up properties in the area and offer affordable housing to Creston residents.
In this agreement, the city council agreed to review the requirements as stated in the National Historic Preservation Act, approve project specifications and pass a resolution declaring the property beyond repair.
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