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Today, the Alexander County Housing Authority awarded a $1.9 million contract to demolish World War II-era public housing developments. Learn more → .
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. approves plan to support southern Georgia counties recovery from 2017 disasters with $38 million in federal recovery funds to rebuild damaged homes, businesses and infrastructure
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HUD Pacific Mar 19
Irenis Green left the Sunshine State for the Golden State, joining HUD in 1987, where she soon became a Analyst, helping curb housing discrimination for 20+ years. Today, she assures construction workers are paid a for their labor.
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HUDSoutheast Mar 18
. Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program Envision Cayce Master Redevelopment Plan makes a difference when complete with 2700 new units, 1038 of these affordable units including 786 RAD conversions
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Ben Carson Mar 15
Opportunity Zones will make it possible for more affordable housing complexes, like Tuscany Cove, to be developed. Opportunity Zones are going to revitalize distressed communities.
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Ben Carson Mar 15
Talking affordable housing and Opportunity Zones with the while we tour Tuscany Cove— an affordable housing complex for seniors that’s currently being constructed.
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HUD Pacific Mar 15
Serving HUD for 30 years, Angela Morrison is a Senior Account Exec. for housing in the and Idaho. A volunteer for the National Council of Negro Women SF Section and , Angela's greatest joy is helping others and giving back.
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Ben Carson Mar 15
Thanking the wonderful staff in Miami for all their hard work.
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HUDgov Mar 15
Breaking News: HUD is making $75 million available through its Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) to local communities to assist with ending youth homelessness. Learn more →
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HUDgov Mar 14
"During the hurricane, we moved from room to room as the storm tore off the roof; finally, after the bathroom was gone, we took refuge in the car. Everything was lost." Read Luz's story at .
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HUD Pacific Mar 14
Originally from Thailand, Senior CPD Rep. Hataitip Bufiy-Feng assists several cities, counties and nonprofits further their community development goals. Hataitip, who joined HUD in 2002, wishes women everywhere a year of growth, courage and peace.
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Joe DeFelice Mar 12
Such a great afternoon in your city. Thank you for hosting & keep up the great work. Your approach to blight elimination is extremely forward thinking & somthing I’d like to spread throughout
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RiverCityTV Mar 13
Wonderful visit to by and !! It was a great opportunity to showcase Danville and our outstanding housing programs!
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HUDgov Mar 11
Today, announced HUD’s proposed 2020 Budget, a $44.1 billion spending plan that increases funding to homeless assistance, healthy housing, and preserves rental assistance to HUD-assisted households. Learn more at .
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HUDgov Mar 8
“In 2008 my life was turned upside down. I was suddenly in a position where I had to step up to the plate and provide for my two small grandchildren.” Read Sandra’s story at .
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HUD Pacific Mar 8
Today is International Women's Day and this month is Women's History Month, so we acknowledge and celebrate all the women who have committed to public service at HUD. Thank you!
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HUDgov Mar 8
In 1977, Patricia Roberts Harris was sworn in as the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development – becoming the first African-American woman to hold a cabinet position.
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HUDgov Mar 8
Replying to @HUDgov
Carla Hills talks about her time as HUD Secretary.
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HUDgov Mar 8
On March 10, 1975, Carla Hills was sworn in as the first woman to lead HUD. Under her leadership, she implemented the new Section 8 and the Community Development Block Grant programs, both created under the Housing Act of 1974.
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Ben Carson Mar 8
"Pick a word and let that word drive you. My three words would be believe, tenacious, and reliable.” Read how Ayana’s drive helped her here:
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