August 22, 2012 | Mississippi Public Broadcasting

New program aims to clean up homes in some of Jackson’s poorest neighborhoods

The initial 100-thousand dollar grant for the program is expected to help fix up 50 Jackson homes...but plans are to repair 35-hundred homes and, which could potentially save 325-million dollars in energy and health care costs.

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