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The Sagan Linahyan homes were originally built for victims of Supertyphoon Omar in 1992 but ten units that have since been abandoned will be converted into housing for families with low to moderate incomes.
Today's groundbreaking ceremony was held at the Sagan Linahyan Family Center which was also renovated and now houses Community Services And Resources Inc.
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In his remarks Governor Eddie Calvo said the renovations of the dilapidated facilities into homes and a resource center are part of his plan to revitalize the island.
“So what was once a breeding ground for rats and where drug deals were made now, a year and half latter we're going to have a Village Resource Center,” the Governor said.
The project is funded through $650,000 in funding from the U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development.
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