July 24, 2014 | Lansing Journal

Lansing to form network to improve housing conditions in city

Lansing has joined a national effort to improve its housing stock, primarily for low-income residents. Mayor Virg Bernero today signed a pact with Green & Healthy Homes Initiative, a Baltimore-based nonprofit that creates networks of services to address energy, health and environmental issues in older homes such as lead, asthma-causing allergens and energy inefficiency.

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