Lee Ward, the director of Marshall County Home Place, said that they are back to work on the Home Place apartments since the government is back open.

Home Place's project to build some new transitional housing apartments was affected by the federal government shutdown. Their loan through USDA Rural Development. USDA could not approve any invoices during the shutdown, but because they are back operable, the apartments are back under construction. 

Or they could be anyway, if the weather would cooperate. 

Ward said the site is too muddy to do anything right now, but they are hoping to get to work on it as soon as it dries up enough. 

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