By: KDKA-TV News Staff

HARRISBURG (KDKA) – More than $8.2 million will be distributed to over a dozen counties to support affordable housing, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Monday.

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In western Pennsylvania, money from the HOME Investment Partnerships Program will go to Butler, Clarion, Indiana, Lawrence and Mercer counties.

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Butler gets $200,000; Clarion County gets $500,000; Hermitage gets $600,000; Indiana County gets $500,000; Lawrence County gets $750,000 and Union Township gets $500,000; and Hermitage gets $600,000. The money will be used for “existing owner-occupied housing,” the Wolf administration said.

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