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7.11.19 Members Making News
From the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles's (HACLA) press release: Forty-six (46) graduating high school seniors living in Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) public housing developments and Section 8 were recently awarded academic scholarships. Students received...
7.11.19 Members Making News
On June 28 and 29, youth from the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh (HACP) traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet up with District of Columbia Housing Authority (DCHA) youth for an educational field trip about Negro League Baseball and African American history and culture. This exchange...
7.11.19 Members Making News
After 36 years as a trusted community leader in the core areas of housing, community development, and economic development, the Community Development Commission/Housing Authority of the County of Los Angeles (CDC/HACoLA) has rebranded as the Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA). The...
7.11.19 Members Making News
From UrbanMilwaukee: The National Center for Housing Management (NCHM), a national non-profit organization, has announced a $100,000 grant in support of the Save the Soldiers Home project on the grounds of the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center overlooking Miller Park. When completed, the...
7.11.19 Members Making News
From the New Haven Independent: Yaleija Jackson recently had a bad experience with a dentist. When he pulled her tooth, it hurt. A lot. That has only increased her career aspiration to be a dentist, and a good one. The quest begins with her entering Howard University in the fall majoring in...
6.28.19 Members Making News
From ABC7 Los Angeles: Forty-six high school seniors and their families Thursday celebrated achievements many will never understand. All of the students live in Section 8 or public housing developments, and all of them are going to college. "At first, I wanted to go to UCLA, UC Berkeley, and...
6.28.19
From the San Antonio Current: "Garcia Street Urban Farm, a 4.1-acre farm designed to bring fresh produce and food education to San Antonio's East Side, broke ground Wednesday morning.  The farm, which cost an estimated $500,000, will be managed via a partnership between...
6.28.19 Members Making News
From the Victorville Daily Press: A facility to permanently house chronically homeless persons and provide a variety of services to help get them off the streets is set to be completed in late summer, county officials said. The Queens Motel on Stoddard Wells Road, more than 50 years old,...
6.28.19 Members Making News
From SDHC's website: The San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC) Achievement Academy is an example of an agency “performing in an outstanding manner or providing noteworthy community services,” according to a San Diego County Grand Jury report released today. “The SDHC Achievement Academy...
6.28.19 Members Making News
From the Seattle Times: Some Seattleites who live in public housing will soon have access to free transit passes, a “life changer,” according to a representative for the city’s housing authority. Mayor Jenny Durkan announced in February that her administration would offer about 1,500...

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