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HUD recently announced $105 million in available FY21 renewal grant funds to support the salaries of Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program Coordinators who connect participating families to public and private resources to increase their earned income and financial...
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From WCNC Charlotte: Greater Steps Scholars, formerly known as the Charlotte Housing Authority Scholarship Fund, is hosting a summer-long dorm room and school supply drive with the goal of providing the organization's scholars with the essential items they need to pursue a college education....
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From the El Paso Herald-Post: El Paso’s iconic Downtown high-rise – The Blue Flame Building – will soon be re-lit under a new banner, the Housing Authority of El Paso’s HOME (Housing Opportunity Management Enterprises). “The Grand Opening and lighting of the historic 66-year-old Blue Flame...
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From the Louisville Courier Journal: Wearing a mask and disposable gloves, Makeeba Edmund approached an apartment door and looked for the best place to leave her card. On it was her contact information and title: eviction prevention specialist for the Louisville Metro Housing Authority....
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From the San Antonio Heron: Late Wednesday, the San Antonio Housing Authority board of commissioners voted Ed Hinojosa Jr., a 17-year veteran of the agency, as president and CEO following a national, six-month search. The appointment could mean a dramatic shift in what type of housing the agency...
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From the Baltimore Sun: The more than 3,000 residents in Baltimore’s largest public housing complex will be offered leftover produce and training in urban farming under a deal allowing the Cherry Hill Urban Community Garden to remain on Housing Authority of Baltimore City property through the end...
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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Service’s Office of Minority Health recently spotlighted the District of Columbia Housing Authority success in leveraging partners to increase vaccine uptake in its communities as part of HHS’s COVID-19 Learning Community Chat...
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From Real Estate Business Online: Evergreen Real Estate Group, Synergy Construction Group and the Chicago Housing Authority have completed construction of Ravenswood Senior Living, a 193-unit affordable seniors housing community in the Ravenswood neighborhood on the north side of Chicago. The...
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From Columbus Business First: A new initiative designed to increase homeownership among minority communities in Columbus is launching next week. The effort, dubbed Convergence Columbus, is being spearheaded by the Mortgage Bankers Association, the Ohio Housing Finance Agency, and Ohio State’...
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From Real Estate Weekly: The city has finalized a $245 million financing package to bring to life two new affordable housing developments, including one designed by world famous architect Daniel Libeskind. Together, Casa Celina in the Bronx and Atrium at Sumner in Bed-Stuy, will create 393 new...

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