Port Huron Granted Blight Elimination Fund

The Michigan State Housing Development Authority has awarded $3.6 million across the state for the process of blight elimination, which will help areas get rid of structures in cities that decrease neighborhood value. Among the cities granted funding for blight elimination, the City of Port Huron, who will be granted $250,000. Funding for the elimination will only target vacant, publicly owned buildings that meet specific blight criteria in order to be considered a public nuisance.