FORM AND FUNCTION: Rain gardens installed on Park Avenue, such as this one at the intersection of Glade Street and Park, were among the many city projects partially funded using Community Development Block Grants. Michelle Sestili, who has administered the CDBG program since 2013, recently stepped down as she is moving to Houston. The Sentinel-Record/Mara Kuhn

FORM AND FUNCTION: Rain gardens installed on Park Avenue, such as this one at the intersection of Glade Street and Park, were among the many city projects partially funded using Community Development Block Grants. Michelle Sestili, who has administered the CDBG program since 2013, recently stepped down as she is moving to Houston. The Sentinel-Record/Mara Kuhn

CDBG administrator looks back on service

By Steven Mross
This article was published September 6, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

Michelle Sestili, who has served as the city's Community Development Block Grant administrator since 2013, recently discussed past successes and the future of the CDBG program.

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