The Algoma Housing Authority (AHA) and Grand View Terrace Apartments, a HUD-subsidized public housing authority at 145 Grandview Court in Algoma, announced they are receiving a $50,000 grant from Nicolet Bank to complete its window replacement project. Previous HUD grants allowed them to complete only half of the project.

While working with Nicolet National Bank on a Federal Home Loan Bank grant application, Nicolet offered Algoma Housing Authority a chance for a direct grant to assist on the project. AHA was awarded the direct grant, and the project is scheduled to begin this spring.

“Due to Nicolet Bank’s generous support we are now able to complete all the necessary exterior building updates,” said Michael R. Krienke, AHA executive director. “Grand View Terrace will meet our mission of providing safe, quality and affordable housing for years to come. Brenda Stoller (Nicolet Bank, Algoma) and Chelsea Gay (Nicolet Bank, Green Bay) are great to work with and have been instrumental in helping us secure this grant. We truly appreciate their support.”

The project is expected to start this spring and be completed by summer, aimed at sealing the building to prevent damage from water infiltration.

“It has been a pleasure to partner with Algoma Housing Authority to make life better for the people in our community,” Stoller said. “At Nicolet Bank our purpose is to serve, and we believe strongly in our community. Grandview Terrace matters to the people of Algoma, and we were happy to partner with Algoma Housing Authority so they can continue to provide housing for elderly, handicapped and low-income residents.”

Photo: Before and after window replacement photos at Grand View Terrace Apartments.