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8.25.22 CLPHA Member Update
CLPHA Continues to Advocate for Extended NSPIRE Implementation Timeline On Friday, August 19, CLPHA attended a meeting in which HUD provided updates on the implementation of the proposed NSPIRE standards version 2.2. HUD noted that it is still reviewing the feedback received from many...
8.24.22 Members Making News
From the City of New York's press release: New York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced today that the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), New York Power Authority (NYPA), and New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) are moving forward...
8.1.22 CLPHA Advocacy, CLPHA Member Update, CLPHA Comments
  CLPHA Tells HUD that NSPIRE Isn’t Ready for Rollout, Details Members’ Concerns  CLPHA has submitted a comment letter to HUD on the proposed National Standards for the Physical Inspection of Real Estate (NSPIRE) version 2.2. Members provided feedback to...
7.23.22 Legislative Reports
On July 20, the U.S. House of Representatives passed by a 220 to 207 vote the first funding minibus legislation for the upcoming 2023 fiscal year. HR 8294, the “FY2023 Consolidated Appropriations Act” is the minibus comprised of six bills from six of the twelve House appropriations subcommittees....
7.19.22 CLPHA Member Update
CLPHA to Detail Member Concerns in Letter to HUD CLPHA members voiced concerns about the recently proposed National Standards for the Physical Inspection of Real Estate (NSPIRE) version 2.2. in a listening session hosted by CLPHA. Several key takeaways included the implementation timeline should...
7.19.22 Membership Spotlight
Last month, the New York State legislature passed the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Public Housing Preservation Trust legislation. This legislative victory is critical to the advancement of NYCHA’s Blueprint for Change, which offers an ambitious pathway to...
6.15.22 Members Making News
From New York City Mayor Eric Adams' press release: New York City Mayor Eric Adams today celebrated the state Legislature’s passage of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Public Housing Preservation Trust legislation, A7805D/S9409A. The bill passed the New York State Senate today on...
6.14.22 CLPHA Member Update
Today, HUD announced that it would provide a $25 million set aside from fiscal year 2022 appropriations for PHAs at risk of experiencing public housing operating funding shortfalls. PHAs that administer the public housing program, including MTW agencies, that meet certain eligibility...
6.1.22 Report
The Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation (PAHRC) released a new report describing tools available to PHAs to preserve and expand their housing stock. Using data on federally -assisted homes from the National Housing Preservation Database, PAHRC found that the role of PHAs in the...
5.23.22 CLPHA Member Update, CLPHA Comments, CLPHA Advocacy
Today, CLPHA submitted comments to HUD expressing that in recent months our members have reported challenges with protecting their assisted households from evictions while trying to balance HUD’s competing demands to ‘achieve the desired target for tenant rent collection’ as required...

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