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ADFA Awards $467,500 for Affordable Housing in Lake Village

Little Rock, AR – The Arkansas Development Finance Authority (ADFA), Arkansas’s state housing finance agency, on April 17, approved the allocation of $467,500 in HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) funds for the Chicot County Housing Assistance Council.

ADFA Awards $335,476 for Affordable Housing

Little Rock, AR (April 18, 2008) – The Arkansas Development Finance Authority (ADFA), Arkansas’s state housing finance agency, on January 17, approved the allocation of $335,476 in HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) funds for the Drew County Public Facilities Board (DCPFB).

ADFA Awards $173,053 for Affordable Housing in Hot Springs

Little Rock, AR (April 18, 2008) – The Arkansas Development Finance Authority (ADFA), Arkansas’s state housing finance agency, on January 17, approved the allocation of $173,053 in HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) funds for the West Central Arkansas Planning and Development District.

Grant to help CDC build assisted-living center in FC

The St. Francis County Community Development Corporation has received a grant from the Arkansas Economic Development Commission to help in the construction of an...

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Arkansas Congressional Delegation Introduces Bill Giving States Power to Reject Federal...

U.S. Representatives Rick Crawford (AR-01), French Hill (AR-02), Steve Womack (AR-03) and Bruce Westerman (AR-04) and U.S. Senators John Boozman (R-AR) and Tom Cotton (R-AR) introduced legislation to restore the right of states to approve or disapprove of electric transmission projects before the federal government exercises its power to take private property

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RUTLEDGE ANNOUNCES IZARD COUNTY MAN SENTENCED FOR PROPERTY THEFT

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today announced the conviction of an Izard County man for property theft by deception. Clifton Davis pleaded guilty in Pulaski County Circuit Court and was sentenced to five years probation and to pay $5,232 in restitution to the Arkansas Medicaid Program, $500 in fines and court costs