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12.18.19 Report
Last month, HUD released a report on new findings from the Rent Reform Demonstration, a randomized control study examining the effects of new rent rules on families served by four PHAs. Approximately 6,600 families in the voucher program at the Lexington, Louisville, San Antonio, and D.C. Housing...
12.18.19 Members Making News
From 89.7 WKSU: The Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority says more than 20,000 families are waiting for housing assistance. A federal grant will allow it to help some of those most in need. The Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority (AMHA) is calling the project the Mainstream Voucher Program...
12.18.19 Members Making News
From the Associated Press: Boston has been awarded $1.8 million in federal funding to provide homes for residents with disabilities and homeless people. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced the funding for the Boston Housing Authority from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on...
12.18.19 Members Making News
From the Charlotte Observer: A coalition of Charlotte affordable housing advocates wants to ban landlords from refusing tenants because they pay with government vouchers or other forms of income, such as disability payments or child support. Charlotte would be the first city in North Carolina to...
12.12.19 CLPHA Member Update
On December 5, HUD held a landlord symposium in Indianapolis that was attended by HUD staff, landlords, and PHAs. Attendees listened to presentations from a variety of local and national stakeholders, including the deputy mayor of Indianapolis, who described the city’s efforts to reduce...
12.5.19 Awards/Grants, Members Making News
The Kresge Foundation awarded a $100,000 planning grant to the Baltimore Regional Housing Partnership to help increase health equity through housing in Baltimore in collaboration with the Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC) and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The grant will...
12.5.19 Members Making News
From Cleveland.com: Poor communication, low rental rates, and a time-consuming inspection process are among the frustrations local landlords say they have with the Housing Choice Voucher Program. Locally, the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority is the primary administrator of...
11.22.19 CLPHA Member Update
CLPHA recently learned that HUD will be hosting a symposium on landlord issues in Indianapolis on December 5, 2019. According to HUD, the focus of the event is to connect landlords with local resources and PHAs. PIH Secretary Hunter Kurtz will be speaking at the event, along with staff from the...
11.19.19 CLPHA Member Update
For the first time in two decades, HUD is revising chapters in the Housing Choice Voucher guidebook. During these updates, HUD is incorporating various changes made to HCV administration during this period through PIH notices, Federal Register notices, and regulatory changes. Several chapters were...
11.13.19 CLPHA Member Update
On November 5, CLPHA hosted a member call to solicit feedback on the recent HOTMA notice. CLPHA’s draft comments on the HOTMA notice, which incorporate member feedback, are now available for review. Comments are due on November 18. Please direct any feedback on the draft comments to...

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