As the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) looks toward its 90th anniversary next year, its leaders are prioritizing perspective.
As it looks ahead to 2045, the public housing authority (PHA) that owns and maintains more than 300 low-income housing sites in Cuyahoga County is trying to look in multiple dimensions at once by bringing in new partners to widen its scope while understanding quality of life from a multitude of perspectives.
CMHA’s chief executive officer, Jeffery K. Patterson, said it’s imperative for PHAs to consider more than just the physical properties. “When you look at the bricks and mortar, that should be the focus, but these other areas are just as important,” Patterson said.
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