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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
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 the Rivard Report: San Antonio has been selected to participate in a new program aiming to help cities develop strategies to address the challenges of housing affordability. City officials will participate in the Local Housing Solutions Institute, a five-day program of seminars and...
7.25.19 Members Making News
From ABC 10 News San Diego: The San Diego Housing Commission on Monday announced a grand reopening of an apartment complex in Mountain View that is now rebranded as affordable housing. Numerous upgrades were made to the Town and Country complex on Messina Drive, and the apartments will...
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 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 Members Making News
From Multi-Housing News: The Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC) kicked off construction for the 244-acre, nine-phase, $1 billion redevelopment known as the Perkins-Somerset-Oldtown (PSO) Transformation Plan. The first phase of the development calls for the construction of a four-...
7.25.19 Members Making News
From Connect Boston: Commercial Real Estate News: Construction is underway on the renovation of Millers River Apartments, a 285-unit affordable housing community in Cambridge. To complete the project, MassHousing provided $82 million in financing to the Cambridge Housing Authority (CHA),...
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....
7.24.19 CLPHA Advocacy, CLPHA Member Update
In response to the outcry from public housing stakeholders, the House Appropriations Committee included in their FY20 appropriations bill for Transportation, Housing and Urban Development and Related Agencies (THUD) a provision to prohibit the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) from...

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