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Young: Trump budget would put major hurt on good things in Fort Collins

John Young

The proposed White House Budget would have a major impact on communities across the nation. For Fort Collins, it would mean the loss of key programs that have helped house homeless people in the city and a center for adult learning that helps people learn English or get their GED. Fort Collins would lose $1 million a year in flexible community development funding if the Community Development Block Grant program is eliminated. It would also lose $500,000 a year of support for low- and moderate-income families if the HOME Investment Partnership program is cut.