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Legislator Debra Mulé Attends Homes for Homecoming Heroes Groundbreaking Ceremony

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Homes for Homecoming Heroes plans to build a Ranch-style home at the site and is seeking qualified veterans to enter a lottery.

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Legislator Debra Mulé Attended a Homes for Homecoming Heroes Groundbreaking Ceremony.

Photo by: Office of Nassau County Legislator Debra Mulé

Freeport, NY - February 8, 2019 - Nassau County Legislator Debra Mulé (D - Freeport) joined Homes for Homecoming Heroes and her colleagues in government in Freeport on Thursday, Jan. 17 to break ground on a new home that will be sold to a deserving veteran.

Homes for Homecoming Heroes plans to build a three-bedroom, two-bath, Ranch-style home at the site and is seeking qualified veterans to enter a lottery for the opportunity to buy the residence. Applicants should have a good credit history and a household income between $44,000 and $72,000.
 
“Organizations such as Homes for Homecoming Heroes meet a great need for our veterans here in Nassau County,” Legislator Mulé said. “The dream of being a homeowner should never be stifled, and we should especially do all we can to make that dream attainable for our veterans. Thank you to these individuals who are heroes for our heroes!”
 
Homes for Homecoming Heroes is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to building housing for veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. The organization completed its first home in Hicksville in 2014.
 
For additional info, contact Larry Sklar at 646-641-8460 if you are a veteran or know a veteran who would qualify for the lottery.