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2022 Commissioners’ Conference

Registration now open

 

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2022 PHADA Scholarship Program

Submissions due January 28, 2022

 

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BREAKING NEWS

January 07

HUD Issues Notice on Expedited Waiver Process for Disasters



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December 23

HUD Issues Public Housing Notices



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December 20

$150 Billion in Housing Programs at Risk



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Current Issues

Get the most current information on important legislation and policy issues affecting the industry.

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Racial Equity Resources Library

Access best practices, sample policies and procedures, local strategies developed by HA members.

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Featured Articles & Policy Perspectives

Read expert analysis on HUD and Congressional actions, funding opportunities, and major developments in the industry.

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ADVOCATE – January 5, 2022

$150 Billion in Housing Programs at Risk

On December 19, Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) said that he will not support the Build Back Better Act (BBBA). Manchin cited growing inflation, the spread of the Omicron COVID-19 variant, and the national debt as his major concerns. President Biden and White House advisors said that Manchin has failed to honor his commitments and was “reneging on his promises.” While Sen. Manchin had originally agreed to a $1.5 trillion package, not the over $2 trillion bill that the Senate received from the House in November, the original $3.5 trillion blueprint had already been cut significantly to appease Sen. Manchin and other centrists such as Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ).

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Calhoun Square Apartments

Member Spotlight

Central Texas Housing Consortium

The Central Texas Housing Consortium renovated an historic downtown building into affordable ¬†apartments. The former church building (originally constructed in 1952) re-opened December 20, 2020, as Temple’s newest downtown apartment building. A major goal of the development was to create housing so residents could live near where they work and in walking distance of downtown local businesses and restaurants.

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