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August 05

Middle Mile Broadband Funding Opportunity

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August 05

HUD Releases NOFO for FY 22 FSS Coordinator Funding

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July 28

Update on the GAO’s Survey Questionnaire on HUD Assistance to Households with Disabilities

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ADVOCATE – August 24, 2022

A Closer Look at the Senate Appropriations Bill for HUD Programs

On July 28, the Senate Appropriation Committee released its FY 23 funding bill for Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (T-HUD). The Committee noted in its press release that the bill provides $4.3 billion more than the FY 22 enacted amount. The table on page 13 shows how the Senate numbers compare with the previously approved House numbers, the White House Budget, PHADA’s recommendations, and last year’s appropriation for HUD.

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Calhoun Square Apartments

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CentralHQM Properties, Inc.

HQM Properties, Inc., and L&T Affordable Housing Urban Renewal Corporation purchased 24 affordable housing apartments, known as the Farm at Harding, from the Township of Harding, NJ. This was done through a partnership with Lakeland Bank. Once the purchase was completed, L&T began plans for four new apartments on the site. The new apartments were designed by William Charleroy, AIA from Pennington, NJ. He designed the new units to resemble the existing apartments.

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