January 12, 2012

Homelessness on the decline in NJ

Earlier this week, Region 2 Administrator Adolfo Carrion was featured as a guest columnist for the Star-Ledger in New Jersey where he discussed homelessness and what the Administration is doing to end it once and for all. During the early 1980s, when many families lost their homes and jobs, state and local governments were forced […]

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December 21, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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            Home of the day: Solar panels atop Washington D.C’s new affordable housing community Sheridan Station Secretary Donovan announces over $1.4 billion in Continuum of Care funding for homeless programs. The New York Times examines the challenges our cities face as they try to make do with less CDBG funds. […]

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December 14, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Home of the day: Newly opened senior apartments in Huntsville, AL.   Secretaries Donovan, Sebelius and Solis discuss the Administration’s progress on ending homelessness. Lawsuit filed against Miami based realtors accused of discriminatory housing practices. Improve your home value by going green. Knoxville, TN offering rebates for energy-efficiency updates to its residents. And signs of […]

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May 26, 2011

Regulatory Relief for Americans

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Earlier this year, President Obama made clear that to out-innovate our global competitors and win the future requires us to transform government itself.  That’s why the President directed all federal agencies to begin an unprecedented government-wide review of rules and regulations in order to remove those that are out-of-date, unnecessary, excessively burdensome, or in conflict […]

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