A local pastor showed generosity at Tuesday’s LaFollette City Council meeting. Phyllis Clinger of Community Health of East Tennessee asked the city council for $2,624. This money would help pay for the matching portion of $184,281 Department of Housing and Urban Development grant.
This grant will assist the chronically homeless in LaFollette, Clinger said. CHET is prioritizing victims of domestic violence, disabled veterans and people coming out of drug court.
“The goal is to serve nine families,” Clinger said.
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