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10.21.20 Members Making News
From Cleveland.com: A couple years ago, I happened to be in the company of a single mother of two young daughters on the day she found out her long wait for a federal housing voucher had come to an end. She and her family had been living for years in the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority’s...
10.21.20 Members Making News
From the Los Angeles Times: Nearly 9,000 residents of public housing in Los Angeles will receive free broadband internet access for the rest of the 2020-21 school year as part of a new partnership between the city, Microsoft and the start-up internet service provider Starry. Starting in early...
10.21.20 Members Making News
As part of their Connect Home SA Program and to promote Digital Inclusion Week, the San Antonio Housing Authority gives away more than 120 desktop computers to residents. Watch KSAT San Antonio's news story on the giveaway event.
10.21.20 Members Making News
From the Marin Independent Journal: A big mixed-use development on the eastern side of downtown San Jose is headed for a possible makeover because the government agency slated to occupy the site might wind up at another location in the city. The Santa Clara County Housing Authority has been...
10.21.20 Members Making News
Congratulations to CLPHA members Elm City Communities (the Housing Authority of New Haven) and INLIVIAN (the Charlotte Housing Authority) for being selected as inaugural members of The Bridges Collaborative, a nationwide initiative to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in education....
10.21.20 Members Making News
From the Sacramento Bee: The Sacramento City Council allocated $2.7 million of its $89 million in federal coronavirus stimulus funding and $2 million in additional federal funding toward rental assistance for low-income residents. Renters can receive up to $4,000 in assistance, paid directly...
10.21.20 Members Making News
As Kent, Wash. public schools opened virtually in September due to the COVID-19 pandemic, local families faced the complicated problems parents across the country are navigating: how to facilitate remote schooling for their children while working remotely themselves, or finding supervision for...
10.21.20 Research
The Trump Administration implemented changes to the “public charge” test earlier this year, an evaluation of those applying for permanent residence to determine if they are likely to use public assistance in the future. The public charge test now considers assistance such as SNAP, Medicaid,...
10.21.20 Members Making News
From the San Diego Union-Tribune: A former motel that once had been seen as a blight in the neighborhood will be a new permanent home for 82 homeless San Diegans, including Lister Lane. “This is like a dream,” said Lane, 61, in his first visit to Benson’s Place in the Otay Mesa/Nestor neighbor in...
10.20.20 CLPHA Member Update
On October 16, HUD issued PIH Notice 2020-29, “Guidance for Running an Optimized Housing Choice Voucher Program,” which reviews HUD tools available to PHAs help maximize their HCV funding, particularly amid pandemic uncertainties. In response to a national decrease in...

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