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April 18

MTW HCV Reserve Reporting Now Required

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April 18

HUD Resident Council Training in Birmingham and Chicago

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April 11

HUD Extends PHAS Tenant Accounts Receivable Adjustment in the Management Assessment Subsystem to 2023 PHAS Assessments

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ADVOCATE – April 17, 2024

President’s Forum: HUD Budget Raises Major Concerns

PHADA has reported on President Biden’s FY 25 budget request in recent editions. Below, I focus on two important aspects, which we believe are misguided. The association feels they set a bad precedent, run counter to prudent business practices, and would penalize well-run housing authorities.

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The Banks at Mill Village

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The Housing Authority of Columbus, GA

The Housing Authority of Columbus, GA, MercyMed and Columbia Residential gathered with community leaders, partners and residents this week to celebrate the grand opening of The Banks at Mill Village, the first phase of the Louis T. Chase Homes revitalization. Originally the former site of Louis T. Chase Homes, which included 108 units of public housing built in 1952 on the Chattahoochee River, Mill Village was awarded Low Income Housing Tax Credits in 2019 which enabled the new construction of 102 units of mixed income housing. The new mixed-income housing development, located at 120 20th Street was designed to complement the history of The Mill District, a Purpose Built Community designated in 2019.

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