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6.15.22 Research, Analysis
In a recent article for Governing, “SRO Housing, Nearly Zoned Out of Existence, Could Re-Emerge,” author Jake Blumgart explores the history and future of single-room occupancy (SRO) units. SRO units are an important form of affordable housing for low-income people. However, beginning in the early...
6.15.22 Members Making News
From the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD)'s press release: The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC), Pennrose, and RiseBoro Community Partnership today celebrated the...
6.15.22 Members Making News
From NBC 24 News Toledo: Mulch was spread, flowers were planted and new paint was applied outside of the Glendale Terrace apartments Friday as Lucas Metropolitan Housing continued its "Thumbs Up" project. "We're going to make our properties look more presentable and make it feel more like...
6.15.22 Members Making News
From New York City Mayor Eric Adams' press release: New York City Mayor Eric Adams today celebrated the state Legislature’s passage of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Public Housing Preservation Trust legislation, A7805D/S9409A. The bill passed the New York State Senate today on...
6.15.22 Members Making News
From Boston Mayor Michelle Wu's press release: Mayor Michelle Wu joined the Boston Housing Authority (BHA), 2Life Communities, local residents, and community partners Thursday morning to celebrate the groundbreaking for the redevelopment of JJ Carroll Apartments in Brighton. In partnership with...
6.15.22
From Fox 57 News Columbia: Columbia Housing, which has provided housing the most vulnerable residents the Midlands community for over 80 years has named a new chief executive officer. Yvonda A. Bean has been named as the Housing's permanent Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director. Mrs....
6.15.22 Report
The National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) released a new report showing how states and localities are leveraging $350 billion in Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) to invest in affordable housing and homelessness prevention and services. NLIHC tracks SLFRF...
6.15.22 Report
The Terner Center for Housing Innovation released a report exploring how shelter use and perceived safety for individuals experiencing homelessness shifted during the pandemic. Through surveys of 287 homeless individuals in Sacramento between September – October 2021, researchers found that people...
6.15.22 Members Making News
From KUSI News San Diego: Outside of the homeless encampment in an unincorporated area of El Cajon, no other camp has gotten as much notoriety as the one in the Midway District. At one time, well over 100 people living in a tent city along Sports Arena Boulevard, creating a huge negative impact...
6.14.22 CLPHA Member Update
Today, HUD announced that it would provide a $25 million set aside from fiscal year 2022 appropriations for PHAs at risk of experiencing public housing operating funding shortfalls. PHAs that administer the public housing program, including MTW agencies, that meet certain eligibility...

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