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From DCHA's website: "U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, District of Columbia Housing Authority Executive Director Tyrone Garrett, DCHA’s Homeownership Coordinating Committee, local officials, and community members celebrated seven new homeowners. “The...
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From The Journal Gazette: The Fort Wayne Housing Authority will break ground Tuesday on a $13.9 million apartment complex on Spy Run Avenue Extended.  Dubbed River's Edge Apartments, the complex will be home to 56 one- and two-bedroom units of permanent supportive housing...
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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...
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From the Milwaukee Business Journal: Seeking approvals for a 32-story tower offering apartments priced for low-income and luxury renters, a Milwaukee Housing Authority official said this may be the first mixed-income development of its kind for the community, but won’t be the last. “When it...
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From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Ask resident Carolyn Brown about her new apartment at Sandstone Quarry, and she can barely contain her excitement. “I'm in heaven,” said Ms. Brown, 72, of her apartment at the newly opened mixed-income development in the Fineview neighborhood of Pittsburgh's...
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From the Sacramento Business Journal: In an environment with growing social needs and limited city and county resources, cross-sector collaborations are proving to be effective tools for changing lives and transforming communities. Sacramento’s designation in 2015 as a “promise zone” by the U...
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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...
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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,...
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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...
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From SHA's website: "The public is invited to join two celebrations at Yesler, a neighborhood near downtown Seattle that is being redeveloped by the Seattle Housing Authority into a vibrant, new mixed-income community. On Friday, June 28 from 10:00 a.m. to noon, there will be a Ribbon Cutting...

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