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May 06

HUD News Release: HUD Secretary Fudge, HHS Secretary Becerra Announce Joint Effort to Increase Access to COVID-19

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May 06

HUD Publishes Guidance on Emergency Housing Vouchers

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May 05

HUD Extends Most PIH CARES Act Waivers, Public Housing Self-Inspection Waiver Excluded

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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 – May 12, 2021

REAC Makes Plan to “Substantially Increase” Inspections

On Friday, April 23, HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge sent a letter (https://bit.ly/3e0yK1F) to public housing authority Executive Directors (EDs) and Multifamily housing owners and property managers announcing that REAC will conduct “increased inspections” of its portfolio beginning June 1. In the letter, Secretary Fudge writes that the Department’s priorities are for the health and well-being of residents, and that “REAC will conduct inspections using protocols informed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) guidance that will help ensure safety and minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission among residents, inspectors, and property staff alike.”

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Residents of the Housing Authority of the City of Titusville (HACTV) Titusville Towers

Member Spotlight

Housing Authority of the City of Titusville

The Housing Authority of the City of Titusville (HACTV) built Titusville Towers in 1972 as a “seniors only” apartment complex. The Commissioners decided the Authority needed to do more to serve our senior citizens and worked toward instituting an Assisted Living Program (ALF) for low and moderate income senior citizens. In 2004 Titusville Towers qualified for an Assisted Living license through the Department of Elder Affairs.

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