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Virgin Islands Housing Authority kicks off affordable housing rebuild project
From the Virgin Islands Daily News:
The V.I. Housing Authority has begun a $117 million rehabilitation of the Walter I.M. Hodge Pavilion housing community, kickstarting the authority’s revamp of affordable housing in the territory.
The project is being undertaken in concert with stateside company MDG Design + Construction to achieve a new look for the 248-unit affordable housing development located at the corner of Centerline Road and Sandy Point Road in Frederiksted, St. Croix.
San Juan, Puerto Rico: Mixed-Income Housing Transforms the Commonwealth's Affordable Housing (Puerto Rico Public Housing Administration)
From HUD's Office of Policy Development & Research (PD&R):
HUD Announces 27 Disaster Response Waivers for Community Planning and Development Grant Programs
HUD Extends Deadlines for FY21 ROSS NOFO Applicants Located in Presidentially Declared Disaster Areas
For those applicants located in presidentially declared disaster areas, HUD is extending the deadline for the FY21 Resident Opportunity and Self-Sufficiency (ROSS) Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) to October 1, 2021. Published in July, the FY21 ROSS NOFO deadline
CLPHA Stands Ready to Assist Housing Authorities Impacted by Hurricane Ida and California Wildfires
While we may not know the full extent of the damage caused by Hurricane Ida or the California wildfires, our thoughts immediately turn to the most vulnerable segments of our population: low-income families and those who risk displacement from their homes.
The Council of Large Public Housing Authorities and its entire membership supports providing assistance in every way we can to colleagues, partners, friends, and housing residents who have been affected by the devastation caused by Hurricane Ida and the wildfires in California.
San Antonio Housing Authority, H-E-B Work To Help City Weather The Winter Storm
From Texas Public Radio:
Lack of water and power has not made weathering the recent winter storm easy in San Antonio.
Some Texans have lost all power, some are without water, and many are lining up outside H-E-Bs across the state to buy food, propane and bottled water.
There are a few warming centers in the city, including two prepared by the San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA).