PORT ANGELES — Peninsula Housing Authority has won a $12 million federal Housing and Urban Development grant to replace about 33 low-income units built in 1942 with 63 new homes and apartments at Mount Angeles View Family Housing complex.

The allocation from the state Housing Finance Commission is for the first phase of the replacement of the buildings originally constructed as Army barracks and a new Port Angeles unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula.

It is the first of three phases to replace aging and poorly laid out housing units in an eventual complete redevelopment of the 18-acre, 100-unit low-income housing complex, said Kay Kassinger, executive director of Peninsula Housing Authority.

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