USDA officials visit Adrian to recognize local nonprofit’s efforts to provide affordable housing

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ADRIAN, MO, August 29, 2014 – On behalf of USDA Rural Development Missouri State Director Anita J. (Janie) Dunning, Housing Program Director Pam Anglin visited Adrian Senior Citizens, Inc. today to recognize the nonprofit’s efforts to provide affordable multi-family housing for elderly and disabled populations. Anglin presented a certificate of congratulations to the Board of Directors in recognition of making their final loan payment to USDA Rural Development five years ahead of schedule.

Established in 1968, Adrian Senior Citizens, Inc. sought to bring affordable housing for elderly and disabled populations in the City of Adrian and surrounding communities. With the help of USDA Rural Development’s Section 515 Multi-Family Housing Program, the corporation was able to build a 16-unit multi-family housing complex.

Pictured: Mike Green, board member; Carol Platt, Area Specialist for USDA Rural Development; Leroy Edmiston, Board Vice-President; Martha McDowell, (behind) Board secretary; Anna Lee James, Board President; Pam Anglin, Housing Program Director for USDA Rural Development; Rosemary Reightley, Board Member; David Stokely, Representative from Senator Claire McCaskill’s office.