The Crossett Housing Authority will receive more than $327,000 in federal funds to make capital investments in its facilities this year.

The funding was announced Feb. 17 as part of a package of more than $30 million committed to projects in Arkansas from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. 

The full total the CHA is set to receive is $327,835.

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