STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE 'Cash in the bank doesn't grow your community'
During the Worthington City Council meeting Monday night, the members werepresentedwith an opportunity.
That opportunity was to loan $600,000 to the Housing and Redevelopment Authority and Southwest ... Posted on 4/9/13 at 12:05 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Group wants more state money to curb homelessness
By Danielle Killey
Jen Peterson and her three young children left their home with no place to go when it got to be unsafe.
My kids and I became homeless fleeing a marriage that had become dangerou... Posted on 3/7/13 at 6:17 PM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Worthington in the News
Lately, southwest Minnesota has cropped up a lot in a variety of online locales. Here are a few instances:
An article from the Pioneer Press featuring Gary Crippen, a retired appellate judge, who... Posted on 1/20/10 at 1:00 PM
Study cites growing need for apartments and homes WORTHINGTON — There is still a major lack of housing in Worthington.
A recently-completed study showed the need for places to live in town is more than it was during a study done four years ago.
City aiming to get state dollars to rehabilitate, renovate neighborhoods
WORTHINGTON — In conjunction with the Southwest Minnesota Housing Partnership (SWMHP), the city of Worthington is applying for Small Cities Development Program funds.
Potential for new housing project among executive director's first tasks
WORTHINGTON — Though in his new role as executive director of the Worthington Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) for little more than a week, Randy Thompson is well aware of the challenges facing people in need of affordable housing
Lack of housing affects employees, employers alike
Editor's note: This is part two of a three-part series on housing in
Worthington. The third story will be published in Wednesday's edition.
WORTHINGTON — When Erick Baumgart moved into Worthington, he couldn’t find a place to live.
Vacancy rates at zero percent in rental properties
WORTHINGTON — With very limited options for rental housing within Worthington, being able to keep up with the demand of a growing community has been nearly impossible.
Construction may begin in the spring if project moves forward
WORTHINGTON — With multiple waiting lists filled with names of people looking for housing in Worthington, efforts are under way once again to respond to the demand.
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