Housing Affairs Letter

Wisconsin

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(HOUSING BIAS) Group Alleges Deliberate Racial Bias

A federal discrimination complaint accuses Waukesha County, WI of deliberate racial segregation by blocking affordable housing development. The complaint to HUD by the Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council

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(SECURITY DEPOSIT) Tenant Not Required To Provide Move-Out Notice Due To Landlord's Conduct

If you're a landlord, the moral of this story is don't mistreat your tenant, even if your tenant may deserve it. Don't lock your tenant out. Don't do anything to your tenant that might otherwise cause the court to empathize with the tenant when the matter finally goes to trial.

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(STORM AID) Aid For Wisconsin Storm Victims

Homeowners and low-income renters forced from their homes in nine Wisconsin counties following severe storms and flooding in September will receive disaster assistance from HUD. President

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(FORECLOSURES) Activists Target Foreclosed Homes

Operating under the banner "Take Back the Land," housing activists are targeting several major metro areas and moving into foreclosed and empty homes, daring local officials to evict them as a way of

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(BASE HOUSING) Developer Gets Army Housing Contract

Carlson Construction of Joliet, IL receives an $8.7 million contract to build 23 houses at Fort McCoy, WI. The project, now in the design phase, is financed by the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act,

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(HOUSING) Housing Trust To Fill Sec. 8 Gap

Madison, WI likely will tap the city's Affordable Housing Trust Fund to supplement its Sec. 8 housing voucher program. The Madison Community Development Authority faces a $500,000 budget deficit

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(PAINT) Lead Paint Lawsuits Rejected

Lead in lead-based paint does not constitute a product design defect, the Wisconsin Supreme Court rules in Godoy v. E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co. The high court's decision effectively shuts down

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City Could Lose Affordable Housing

New state regulations could eliminate tax exemptions for more than 1,000 affordable housing units in Madison, city officials contend. The result would force nonprofits operating the housing to raise rents to

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State Develops Novel Rescue Plan

State Commerce Dept. officials seek HUD approval to use a new program to help people buy foreclosed and abandoned single-family homes as part of the state's Neighborhood Stabilization

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Rental Housing Focus Of Grants

Grants totaling $4.2 million are awarded by the state Commerce Department for development of rental housing. The money will assist development at twelve locations throughout the state

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