TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas agency has scheduled four town hall meetings next week to discuss the development of housing for moderate-income families in rural areas.
The Kansas Housing Resources Corp. says the meetings are part of an initiative designed to make sure that rural areas have adequate housing and infrastructure for workers.
The first meeting is Monday at the corporation’s offices in Topeka. The other meetings are June 11 in Dodge City and Hays and June 13 in Independence.
The corporation is the primary administrator for federal housing programs in Kansas and is overseen by a board appointed by the governor.