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11.17.21 Members Making News
From The Columbus Dispatch: The former site of a rock music venue with a tragic history in Columbus' Northland neighborhood will soon get a major makeover.  The city of Columbus, along with the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA), state representatives and others, hosted...
11.17.21 Members Making News
From the Yakima Herald: The 246th birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps was the perfect day to honor Chuck Austin and the veterans housing facility that bears his name in Yakima. More than 100 veterans, elected officials and representatives of companies that built the Chuck Austin Place Veteran...
11.17.21 Members Making News
From the New England Real Estate Journal: According to The Schochet Companies, Rindge Associates LP has executed an agreement with the city to preserve as affordable 504 housing units at Fresh Pond Apartments. The agreement will preserve 166 former Below Market Interest Rate (BMIR) units as...
11.17.21 Members Making News
From ABC 7 News Washington, D.C.: On Veterans Day eve, dozens of formerly homeless vets in Prince George’s County have new homes. They’ve qualified for vet-specific housing vouchers and have been paired with landlords and given keys during a special event in College Park. ... "We ended up...
11.17.21 Members Making News
Article from the Vancouver Housing Authority: Damien Wheeler spent first through 12th grade living with his mom, twin brother and sister in a sprawling neighborhood of subsidized duplexes and fourplexes in Vancouver, Wash. A rental voucher, SSI and other public supports kept the family...
11.17.21 Members Making News
From the Charlotte Observer: Atrium Health provided new details Tuesday on plans for its billion-dollar “innovation district” surrounding the city’s future medical school, including the hospital system’s request for $75 million from the city and county. Plans for the district include a mix of...
11.17.21 Members Making News
As construction on the Cambridge Housing Authority 's Burns Apartments continues, CHA posted before-and-after photos of the community that highlight the significant progress the housing authority has made in revitalizing the property. Construction on the 198 units at Burns Apartments started...
11.17.21 Members Making News
From the Brooklyn Reader: A new 12-story 100% affordable housing development will bring 179 permanently affordable apartments to extremely low and low-income families in Brownsville. The Van Dyke III building, part of New York City Housing Authority’s (NYCHA) 23 building Van Dyke housing complex...
11.12.21 CLPHA Member Update
You all have worked through challenging times over the past year and a half. Thank you to those of you who completed our COVID-19 survey issued in winter 2021 to assess COVID-19 needs and priorities within our member PHAs. You can see a summary of those results here. We are now re-issuing...
11.12.21 CLPHA Member Update
The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading (CGLR), a long-standing partner of CLPHA’s Housing Is Initiative, is co-convening the 2022 All-America City (AAC) Awards with the National Civic League. Every year the awards select a theme. This year, the 2022 AAC Awards are centering...

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