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(BUDGET) HUD FY 2012 Budget Kills HOPE VI, Choice Neighborhoods
The new HUD FY 2012 funding bill in the House carries no funding for the HOPE VI program, which refurbishes dilapidated public housing, and zeroes out the Choice Neighborhood Initiative (CNI), which HUD sees as a broader version of HOPE VI.The Appropriations' HUD subcommittee is expected to tak...
posted 9/8/11 1:02 PM read complete story
(DEVELOPMENT) HUD Seeks Applications for Single $500,000 HOPE VI Main Street Project
HUD seeks applications for a single $500,000 award in the FY 2011 HOPE VI Main Street grants. Eligibility is limited to communities of under 50,000 that aren't served by a local government, county/parish, regional or state public housing agency administering more than 100 public housing units, exclu...
posted 6/30/11 1:01 PM read complete story
(HOPE VI) In Louisville, Ed Component in Seeking Funding is
Louisville Metro Housing Authority (LMHA) officials say they didn't have to change much in their approach that gained them a $22 million HOPE VI grant for public housing revitalization. They say they have been following the broader principles emphasized in this year's grant notice since the start of...
posted 5/25/11 2:34 PM read complete story
(HOPE VI) Education Component Plays Role in Awards Worth $150 Million
More than $150 million in FY 2010 and FY 2011 HOPE VI money is going out to eight cities looking to convert public housing into mixed-income revitalization projects each of which has a vital education component. This HOPE VI program funding will attempt to replace 1,720 public housing units tha...
posted 5/25/11 1:29 PM read complete story
(FY 2011) HOPE VI Reduced; CNI Levels Left to HUD
The Obama administration's plans to provide an expanded version of the HOPE VI program are in HUD's hands after the new budget agreement reached by congressional leaders and the White House left mute the issue of funding levels for the Choice Neighborhood Initiative (CNI). The new legislation (HR ...
posted 4/14/11 3:46 PM read complete story
(REPORT) Chicago Officials Asked to Provide Youth with Improved Relocation Services
Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) officials need to provide more supportive services for children of families that have had to move as a result of HOPE VI public housing demolitions, says a new report from The Urban Institute. The latest report, the Chicago Panel Study, is an update to a five-site HO...
posted 8/13/10 2:45 PM read complete story
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