Commissioners in Cedartown approved the local Housing Authority to go after $20 million in bonds to pay for renovations at four low income housing locations in the city. sales team leader resume samples buy papers online for college harvard master thesis examples what is a conclusion in an essay romeo and juliet research paper viagra poppers dangers transcendentalism essay buy generic cialis online with mastercard gmo research paper will writing service warrington follow site medicament cialis 20mg prix viagra rheems how to write a good conclusion for an informative essay levitra sales viagra asda price how to read an engineering research paper how write hr manager resume citing online essays viagra cialis generic how good is cialis super active cheap creative essay ghostwriter service uk law firm business plan writer esl dissertation results proofreading services usa viagra and effects and healthy males writing scientific reports woodlands homework help world war 2  Commissioners approved two different bonds being issued, one for $13 million for low income homes and a second for $7 million to repair housing for seniors with disabilities.


Officials said that the renovations would take at least 18 months to complete starting in January 2016 at Grayfield Apartments.


Other housing units that would be renovated includes;  the Eastview Homes on Cooper, Central and Lake Streets, at Canal Court off South College Street and the Rock Street properties; renovations will also include other scattered sites, such as properties on East Queen Street, Alpha Way and Greenwood Drive.


The Housing Authority will still take applications for new residents, but those who are interested in moving in will be put on a wait list for the time being.