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2022 Commissioners’ Conference

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New PHADA Position Paper

FY 22 Appropriations


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2022 PHADA Scholarship Program

Submissions due January 28, 2022


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October 20

Senate Appropriations Committee Releases T-HUD Bill for FY 22

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October 19

PHADA Supports Housing Funding in Build Back Better Act

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October 07

HUD Publishes Interim Final Rule: Extension of Time and Required Disclosures for Notification of Nonpayment of Rent

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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 – October 20, 2021

President’s Forum: Please Contact Congress Now on Reconciliation Bill

Congress approved a Continuing Resolution (CR) in late September, funding government operations until December 3. All federally funded programs, including those under HUD’s jurisdiction, are set at existing levels until then. It is essential for us to weigh in on the Build Back Better Act (BBBA, reconciliation bill) as lawmakers near decisions on a potentially historic package for our industry. This is necessary because there have been some reports that the capital, Section 8 funding, and the LIHTC provisions could be significantly reduced or eliminated from the legislation.

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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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