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Infrastructure and Safety Contracts Awarded

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The Lumberton Housing Authority strives to improve its public housing communities, and this week was evidence that things are only getting better.  This week, LHA awarded multiple contracts that improve aging facility infrastructure and security. 

Mizon, a Charlotte based IT and video surveillance company, was awarded a contract to install over 240 HD video surveillance cameras in six communities as part of a two-phased security improvement plan. Phase one includes Tudor Court, Turner Terrace, Weaver Court, Meadows/Meadows Extension, and Davis Heights. Work will begin in March 2021.

Central Builders, a Rocky Mount based general contractor, was awarded a contract to replace the roofing systems of 94 buildings housing 184 families in Rozier Homes, Weaver Court, and Eastwood Terrace.   Work will also begin in March 2021.

The Lumberton Housing Authority's mission is to be concentrated and focused on improving the quality of life for the Residents and empowering them to take control of their lives to become self-sufficient and productive members of the community in which they live.