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HUD approves reallocation of $6 million in resilience funds for Minot



MINOT, N.D. – Housing and Urban Development has granted Minot’s request to reallocate funds from the proposed gathering space to another project.

HUD awarded the city $6 million for the space as a part of the National Disaster Resilience funding.

In April, the Minot City Council voted to appeal HUD to use the funds other projects after the city could not find a site that fit the regulations of the HUD agreement.

They proposed that $4 million to the relocation of Minot’s City Hall, and $2 million go towards to the Center for Technical Education.

All $74.3 million of the National Disaster Resilience funds must be spent by Sept. 30, 2022.