Kent Attainable Housing wins Maryland Sustainable Growth Award

Kent Attainable Housing Inc. was presented with a Maryland Sustainable Growth Award Nov. 17. Maryland Department of Planning Secretary Rob McCord presented the award to, from left, KAH co-founder Lani Seikaly, Chief Development and Community Engagement Officer Dylan Grimes and Volunteer Financial Literacy Coach Amanda Wallace.

CHESTERTOWN — Kent Attainable Housing Inc. was one of this year’s recipients of the Maryland Sustainable Growth Award, recognizing individuals, organizations and programs exemplifying well-planned economic and community development initiatives throughout the state.

“Sustainable growth is key to the future of Maryland. Our administration takes great pride in these awards and celebrates the perseverance of the recipients to change Maryland for the better,” said Gov. Larry Hogan in a news release from the Maryland Department of Planning.

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