A new grant will allow them to build more new homes and they also have some job openings
News from Frontier Community Services deals with more homes being built and job openings.
Frontier's Rod Siddons says they have received a $350,000 grant from the Ohio Housing Finance Agency to build more low-cost homes. Prospective home buyers are required to go through home buyer counseling sessions and can do that by appointment. These homes are in the Cross Creek Subdivision.
On another front, Siddons says if you are looking for a job, check with them. He says they have some full and part-time jobs open.
Siddons urges employment applicants to call their HR Director Beth Mitten for an interview, at 772-1396.