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HACLA Celebrates $860K Check Presentation at Nickerson Gardens
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In March, Rep. Nanette Barragán voted to pass government funding legislation that helps lower costs for the middle class, create American jobs, and support the vulnerable. The funds total $7,535,000 for 10 local projects that directly benefit District 44 residents. On April 18th, HACLA community coaches, residents, commissioners, and executive team members gathered at Nickerson Gardens for a check presentation to celebrate $860,000 in funding. With support from Rep. Nanette Barragán, this funding and partnership will be used for urban greening projects at multiple HACLA housing sites in Watts.

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