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6 New England States Get $30.3 Million For Their Low-Income Housing Needs
The New England states received the funds to build nearly 1,000 housing units. The units will be for affordable rental housing and home ownership low-income residents. The Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston awarded the money
 

A Growing Demand for Low-Income Senior Housing
Across the country there is a significant need for low-income senior housing. There are challenges that prevent projects from getting the funds needed to get initial construction started
 

A Hot and Homeless Summer
Getting through the hot summer months can be a lot harder when you're homeless. Here is what some are doing to help, or find relief from the heat.
 

A Unique Method Is Used By One City To Control Their Homeless Population
A new ordinance is going to give Nevada City, California, the power to give permits to individuals who are homeless. The law basically gives them permission to sleep outside. Criminals and troublemakers will not receive the permits
 

Affordable Homes Will Have An Option To Buy
Cascadia Equity Leasing and the California Affordable Housing Agency have teamed up to provide 50 homes that come with a lease, as well as an option to purchase. The affordable homes will be located in Nevada, Colusa and Sutter counties and offered to low-income individuals
 

Affordable Housing Has Been Approved For Pompano Beach
Better Building Communities has bought Ocean Drive Estates. They plan to invest money to remodel the twelve units for affordable housing
 

Affordable Housing Will Be Offered To Veterans
In south Omaha, a renovation project of a six-story building will provide very affordable apartments for veterans and their families. Darland Construction is doing the renovation job of Victory Apartments and Offices
 

Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC) To Help Low Income Seniors
AHFC just announced its new program called Greater Opportunities for Affordable Living (GOAL) grants and tax credits for 2013. Six communities statewide will receive the grants and tax credits for upgrading or developing nearly 200 rental units for senior and low-income Alaskans
 

Alpharetta, Georgia To Ban Homeless Urban Camping
City leaders say that the ban is a preemptive measure to prevent more problems in the future. Basically, it bans camping where camping is not intended
 

America Needs Farms Donated $21,500 To Iowa Food Banks
This donation will help feed low-income families by providing food for up to 60,000 meal this Thanksgiving holiday. The funds will be dispersed to food banks throughout the state that provide food for holiday meals.
 

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