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5.23.19 Members Making News
From FOX 5 San Diego: The San Diego Housing Commission hosted a grand opening ceremony Tuesday for a housing development for formerly homeless military veterans. The Alpha Lofts project in Normal Heights will include 52 one-bedroom rental units as well as various services to help...
5.23.19 Awards/Grants, Members Making News
From PRWeb: Winners of the Solar in Your Community Challenge, a $5 million competition launched in 2016 as a way to improve energy affordability and expand solar access to low-and-moderate-income (LMI) households, were announced by the Department of Energy (DOE) this week. A project led...
5.23.19 Awards/Grants, Members Making News
On Monday, May 13, HUD awarded the City of Norfolk, VA and the Norfolk Redevelopment & Housing Authority (NRHA) a $30 Million HUD Choice Neighborhoods Implementation (CNI) Grant for FY18. Norfolk and NRHA will use the prestigious grant to help redevelop the St. Paul’s Area, the...
5.23.19 Members Making News
From Comstock Magazine:  Like many public housing complexes, poverty was common at Dos Rios. The median income of residents who most recently lived at Dos Rios in 2018 was $12,000 a year compared to the median income citywide that is seven times greater. Williams says that reflects the...
5.23.19 Members Making News
From Spare Change News: Boston’s public housing agency is making 1,000 rental housing vouchers available to homeless folks looking for long-term housing. The Section 8 vouchers are the result of federal Housing Choice Program funding and will provide housing search assistance, stabilization...
5.23.19 Members Making News
From The Mercury News:  Santa Clara County has proposed an ambitious mixed use plan for east of  downtown San Jose, sketching a new vision for offices, homes, and shops. A new village would sprout on East Santa Clara Street between 14th and 17th streets on the site of the old San...
5.23.19 Members Making News
The Community Development Commission/Housing Authority of the County of Los Angeles has a new name: the Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA)! From LACDA’s press release: “The rebranding offers an opportunity for the agency to reconnect with residents, partners, and...
5.23.19 Members Making News
From the Charlestown Patriot-Bridge: Following the blockbuster commitment of $30 million from the City, the developers of the mixed-income Bunker Hill Housing development are ready to start meeting with the community ahead of their official City filings. Boston Housing Authority (BHA)...
5.23.19 Members Making News
From NBC 7 San Diego: The grand opening of a permanent housing facility in Mission Valley means that dozens of homeless veterans now have a safe place to live.  More than 80 veterans will be housed at Zephyr, a new permanent supportive housing facility for homeless veterans off...
5.23.19 Members Making News
From The New York Times: Cabrini-Green, the Robert Taylor Homes: demolished years ago, Chicago’s most notorious projects continue to haunt the city, conjuring up the troubled legacy of postwar public housing in America. By the 1970s, Washington wanted out of the public housing business,...

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