July 2, 2013

Ribbon-cutting marks redevelopment of 40-year-old affordable housing complex

When Angela Holm moved out of Charlesview Apartments years ago, she knew she would always remain a part of the tight-knit community she grew up in. Now she, along with local dignitaries and residents past and present, celebrated the grand opening of the new Charlesview Residences at Brighton Mills. The 340-unit mixed-income, mixed-use development in […]

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April 26, 2013

Louisville gets on the bus for Fair Housing Month

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Over 100 people gathered at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage to commemorate the 45th anniversary of the National Fair Housing Act and Fair Housing Month.  Housing leaders were on hand to provide opening remarks in support of this year’s theme, Our Work Today Defines Our Tomorrow, which was followed by a talk on […]

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March 28, 2013

Honoring Women with a Hand Up

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Women’s History Month is a celebration we always look forward to in the HUD New York Regional Office.  The department’s Special Emphasis Committee and HUD’s Under 5 New York group worked hard to engage all HUD staff. This year they also reached out to others, and what better way to celebrate Women’s History Month than […]

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March 22, 2013

It’s Easy Being Green

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With apologies to Kermit the Frog, attendees at HUD’s Green Academy in Montana not only had the unique opportunity to learn how to “be green” from renowned industry experts, but also were able to share some of the great things that are already happening here in regards to green building, specifically focusing on what works […]

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He’s Finally Home

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No greater sense of accomplishment can surpass experiencing firsthand a disabled veteran finding a place that they can call home.  It makes what we strive to do, each and every day for those we serve, worth doing. Mr. Darrell Lowery, a disabled U.S. Navy veteran with over four years of military service and who served […]

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