New Mexico tribes receive housing stimulus funds
Tribes in central and southern New Mexico will receive $3.69 million in housing funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

Tribes will use the money for construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, infrastructure development. The funds are part of the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act program.

According to Rep. Harry Teague (D-New Mexico), the Mescalero Apache Tribe will receive $988,799; Acoma Pueblo will receive $418,372; Isleta Pueblo will receive $334,203; Laguna Pueblo will receive $648,028 and Zuni Pueblo will receive $1,307,582.

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Apache Tribe lands nearly $1M (The Alamogordo Daily News 3/5)

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act:
H.R.1 | S.1

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