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7.25.19 Members Making News, Awards/Grants
From the Auburn Reporter: Puget Sound Energy has awarded the King County Housing Authority with a grant to install solar panels at the Meadows on Lea Hill Apartments in Auburn. The Village at Overlake Station in Redmond, and Windsor Heights Apartments at SeaTac also will receive solar panels....
7.25.19 Policy
HUD recently announced that PHAs can register for its new voluntary demonstration that will test new inspection protocols. PHAs participating in the demonstration, known as NSPIRE, will receive one inspection per property during the demonstration period. Scores will be advisory and participants...
7.25.19
From The Columbian: Angelena Correa-Delacruz said her signature drink is a raspberry latte, sometimes with added caramel. However, five weeks ago, she didn’t even know there were different types of beans for making coffee. The 18-year-old is among three teens who took part in a barista-training...
7.25.19 Members Making News
From the New  Haven Independent: Montreal Johnson spoke of “HOPE” Wednesday. She meant it as an acronym meaning “hope opens peoples eyes.” Johnson lives at the housing authority’s Rockview development in the West Rock neighborhood. As president of the Tenant Representiave Council (TRC) there...
7.25.19 Members Making News
In “Austin Goes All in with RAD” Affordable Housing Finance’s Donna Kimura covers the Housing Authority of the City of Austin’s (HACA) progress in converting its 1,839 public housing units to project-based rental assistance through the RAD program. Now 80 percent complete after three years, HACA is...
7.25.19 Members Making News
From the Jamaica Plain Gazette: Mayor Martin J. Walsh this week announced the launch of the 2019 Boston Summer Eats Program, expanding access to healthy meals by providing free and nutritious meals to youth ages 18 and under at more than 100 locations throughout the city. “No child in Boston...
7.25.19 Members Making News
From the Akron Beacon Journal: A new group of 40 community leaders from across the business, government and nonprofit sectors has been selected to become Leadership Akron’s Signature Class 36, the organization announced in a news release. Classes spend a full day each month focused on a...
7.25.19 Members Making News
From the Toledo Blade: The dreaded summer vacation reading list has gained little popularity among schoolchildren over the years, and for some, just getting hands on a book can be a challenge. That’s where Books 4 Buddies comes in. The non-profit organization, started in 2012, focuses on...
7.25.19 Members Making News
From WWAY TV: Wilmington will soon have more affordable housing options. Wilmington city leaders broke ground on the Dawson Lofts this morning. Twenty-four units will be built at the corner of 10th Street and Dawson Street. A two person household must make no more than $46,600 to qualify to...
7.25.19
The House Financial Services Committee voted unanimously on July 16 to approve H.R. 3702, the “Reforming Disaster Recovery Act of 2019,” bipartisan legislation from Reps. Al Green (D-TX) and Ann Wagner (R-MO) that would formally authorize HUD’s Community Development Block Grant–Disaster Recovery (...

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