October 18, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Happy No Beard Day, HUDdle readers. To celebrate, we’re declaring it No Housing News Day.




Just kidding! Here’s the round-up.

Got a fraud scheme cooked up? Better not count on doing business with HUD.

Trying to get sustainable and save power? There’s an app for that.

Homelessness is down 80 percent in the Bronx.

And in Alabama, a proposed law has disability advocates fired up.

One Response to Daily Housing News Round-Up

  1. Housing is one of the critical issues that affect human sustainability, today and always. It is my belief that there are families whose lively hood will only be changed in remote areas, isolation with accountability based on social and spiritual performance. To make this happen, a structured community designed to include all of the primary survival necessities; food, shelter, clothing, health; social, academic and spiritual assistance. My idea would place qualified individual(s) and families in a rural environment that promotes self-help.
    I was one of the persons trained to work in the War on Povery Programs in the 60s. I believe that the rural communities that have become ghost towns, cities and neighborhoods could be re-structured with supervision to achieve a desired outcome: train and nuture work ethics, academic enhancement projects, provide help with parenting skills and much more. We have too many freebies without performance and accountability.
    This is an idea; rural areas are real possibilities for a good life.

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