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USDA COMMEMORATES HALE CREEK MANOR GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY

East Lansing, May 24, 2013 -- Contact: Alec Lloyd (517) 324-5204

USDA Commemorates Hale Creek Manor Groundbreaking Ceremony

EAST LANSING, May 24, 2013 – U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Rural Development State Director for Michigan James J. Turner today commemorated the groundbreaking for the Hale Creek Manor assisted living facility.

“This is an investment to improve the quality of life for Iosco County residents,” Turner said. “By helping our most vulnerable citizens, USDA Rural Development is strengthening the entire community.”

The project will provide a 32-unit assisted living facility and, upon completion, will employ approximately 25 workers. USDA Rural Development provided a $2,900,000 Community Facility direct loan to support the project.

USDA Rural Development State Director for Michigan James J. Turner was appointed by President Barack Obama in 2009.  USDA, through its Rural Development mission area, has a portfolio of programs designed to improve the economic stability of rural communities, businesses, residents, farmers and ranchers and improve the quality of life in rural America.

USDA has made a concerted effort to deliver results for the American people, even as USDA implements sequestration – the across-the-board budget reductions mandated under terms of the Budget Control Act. USDA has already undertaken historic efforts since 2009 to save more than $828 million in taxpayer funds through targeted, common-sense budget reductions. These reductions have put USDA in a better position to carry out its mission, while implementing sequester budget reductions in a fair manner that causes as little disruption as possible.

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Last Modified:06/09/2014 
 
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