(CBS DETROIT) – Mayor Mike Duggan is celebrating more affordable housing for the community and visits students participating in a carpenter summer camp.

Seven housing developments in the city have been picked for low-income housing tax credit funding.

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$150 million will be allocated from the funds to help keep these homes affordable.

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Duggan also met with high school students participating in a carpenter and millwrights summer camp.

33 metro Detroit students are learning fundamental carpenter skills and will tackle small projects for people in the community all summer.

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