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Jeremiah Program moving forward

The project is moving forward in Rochester, helping pull single mothers out of poverty and into prosperity.

Posted: Mon May 21 20:52:21 PDT 2018
Updated: Mon May 21 20:52:21 PDT 2018

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a project is moving forward in rochester that helps pull single mothers out of poverty and into prosperity. it's called the jeremiah project. live kimt news 3's brooke mckivergan is live in rochester with a decision that was made about funding for the project tonight. brooke? jeremiah project-lintro-2 katie... the 3 story 40 unit community will be built in the area west of valleyhigh drive and north of 19th street northwest. and tonight city council approved the motion to provide a support letter to minnesota housing finance agency. xxx jeremiah project-mpkg-1 lowerthird2line:next steps for jeremiah program rochester, mn the approval is the next step in the tax credit process for the project. annalisa johnson is on the city council. she is paying special attention to this project as it will be built in her ward. she says she sees many of her friends who are single mothers for the city to come together and help them out is great to see. jeremiah project-mpkg-3 "affordable housing is difficult in general for single people. living by yourself in a house finding a home that's affordable for a single person its difficult enough and then you're supporting children on top of that and its very difficult to just provide the every day need of groceries and books." jeremiah project-ltag-2 the project will allow residents who qualify to only have to pay 30 percent of their income for their housing. live in rochester brooke mckivergan kimt news 3. / thank you brooke. the jeremiah project is hoping for housing tax credits to help fund the construction. jeremiah project-grx-3 during their meeting tonight - the city council also informed the public what dates you should expect to hear fireworks shot of by the city. june 1st, and 29th, july 4th of course and august 3rd. county attorney-vo-4 county attorney-vo-5 an experienced lawyer is now in the running for a county leadership position. county attorney-vo-1 county attorney-vo-3 geoff hjerleid announced his candidacy for olmsted county attorney today. he's worked as both a criminal and civil prosecuter... and says he wants to use law to solve some of the community's county attorney-sot-1 county attorney-sot-2 ya know we're not going to solve the methamphetamin e crisis tomorrow. electing me, i'm not going to single-handedly stop domestic violence. but those are two of the big problems that we need to continue to address day in day out. filing for city and county office begins tomorrow... we'll dig into that process tomorrow morning on kimt news three's daybreak. / national ems week-vo-3 if you know an e-m-s may want to thank them this week. national ems week-vo-1 national ems week-vo-2 governor dayton signed this proclimation naming the 20th to the 26th of may emergency medical services week in minnesota...but it's also a nationally- honored recognition. we're finding
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