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From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Nearly 150 units of public housing in Milwaukee are slated to be converted from traditional projects to vouchers this year in a major shift for the Milwaukee Housing Authority — a move housing advocates say should help families plagued by housing...
6.30.21 Members Making News
Last week, CLPHA’s virtual Summer Meeting opened with an acknowledgment from CLPHA Board President Stephen Norman of Tacoma Housing Authority Executive Director Michael Mirra and his impact on CLPHA, Tacoma, and the public housing industry upon Michael’s coming...
6.30.21 Members Making News
From the Toledo Blade: Tatiana Brown was down on her luck and in a rut. Working two jobs and trying to get by like millions of other everyday Americans, she found herself still struggling to get ahead. So in 2014, she turned to public housing.  She applied to Lucas Metropolitan Housing, was...
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From San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria's press release: Recognizing the growing encampments of homeless people on the sidewalks of Downtown San Diego and the difficulty placing unsheltered people suffering from addiction into existing programs, Mayor Todd Gloria and County Board of Supervisors Chair...
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From Fort Worth Magazine: Fort Worth Housing Solutions, the city’s public housing authority, and the nationally recognized developer AMTEX have completed a deal to build a 339-unit mixed-income apartment community off Westport Parkway and what will become far North Beach Street. The Opal will be...
6.30.21 Research
State of the Nation’s Report Earlier this month, the Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studies released their annual State of the Nation’s Housing report. After a year of dealing with the global COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent economic fallout, many were eager to dive into the...
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From WTTW News: Carla Shaw has lived in her Melrose Park, one-bedroom apartment for the last year and a half. Four months ago, she and her fiancé added baby Jaylen. He’s the first of her four children to be able to come with her from the hospital, drug-free. “It feels great, I know I have...
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From the St. Paul Public Housing Agency's newsletter: The PHA partnered with Free Bikes 4 Kidz for the ninth year of youth bike giveaways in April and May 2021. During a typical year, bike events occur in early winter at each family site, but as we all know 2020 was not a typical year....
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From HUD PD&R's Edge: When the coronavirus pandemic emerged in spring 2020, agencies devoted to providing housing resources and homelessness services scrambled to build and adapt programs to keep people safe and sheltered. In the years preceding the pandemic, the San Diego Housing Commission (...
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From the Times of San Diego: The San Diego Housing Commission’s collaborations on affordable housing projects garnered several awards, the commission announced Monday. Presented by the San Diego Housing Federation, the Ruby Awards honor “excellence in affordable housing...

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