New York Yankees' top prospects may be involved in Luis Castillo trade talks with Reds
Posted On July 27, 2022
[view original post
The U.S. Treasury said on Wednesday that it will allow state, local and tribal governments more flexibility to use COVID-19 rescue funds to boost the supply of affordable housing, including permission to issue direct long-term project loans. The changes for the $350 billion State and Local Fiscal Relief Fund program are aimed at filling a financing gap for affordable housing projects, allowing them to be more easily developed, especially those that are eligible for the Treasury’s Low-Income Housing Tax Credit. State, local and tribal governments can fully provide loan principal under the new guidance, provided projects meet certain criteria.