Providence Housing Authority gets $126K for smoke and carbon monoxide detectors

THE PROVIDENCE HOUSING Authority has received $126,282 in federal funds designated for the replacement of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. / AP FILE PHOTO/SUSAN WALSH
THE PROVIDENCE HOUSING Authority has received $126,282 in federal funds designated for the replacement of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. / AP FILE PHOTO/SUSAN WALSH
PROVIDENCE – The Providence Housing Authority has received $126,282 to replace and install new smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development-funded properties, Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., announced on Tuesday. The federal funds come from HUD’s Capital Emergency Fund Safety and Security Grant Program. The work will impact 1,473 family…

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