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HUD has informed CLPHA that the Department will host listening sessions across the country to discuss the inspection process with PHAs, multifamily property owners, and industry groups. The sessions follow a meeting with industry leaders on November 29 at which officials from REAC and PIH discussed potential changes to the inspect
Lost in the shuffle among the recent shutdown, furloughed government workers, a possible future shutdown, installation of the new Congress, and more, was the quiet but significant work of the House and Senate appropriations committees to reach spending agreements on the remaining individual subcommittee FY19 spending bills.
The U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate have finalized their standing committees’ membership for the first session of the 116th Congress. For the committees of primacy to CLPHA, the current makeup, with subcommittee members noted in bold, are:
The Department of Housing and Urban Development today issued information about HUD’s funding availability for the Housing Choice Voucher program and the Public Housing Operating Fund under the current Continuing Resolution (CR) that provides funding through February 15.
CLPHA is hosting a member call on Friday, February 22 at 1:00 PM ET to solicit member feedback on the notice of changes due to the Annual Contributions Contact (ACC) that was published on December 27.
As mentioned in a January 3 update, the notice was published under the Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA) but CLPHA will be making substantive comments in response to the proposed changes to the ACC. Comments are due February 25.