April 24, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Courtesy of KCTV Channel 5 News (Kansas City, Mo.)

Secretary Donovan visits Kansas City to discuss homeownership help for families in Missouri. KCTV-KC (CBS), WDAF-KC (FOX), KSHB-KC (NBC) and KCUR-FM cover the visit.

Pullman Wheelworks, a 210-unit affordable housing apartment building on Chicago’s south side, gets under way after a visit from Secretary Donovan last week.

The Washington Post reports that Mayor Grey today unveiled his “vision for a Sustainable D.C.,” the plan is set to be implemented by 2032.

Columbia’s partnership with banks provides housing opportunities in older neighborhoods, The Missourian.

Mayor Alvin Brown offered support for 12-month pilot program and daytime center to assist thousands of homeless people living in Jacksonville, Fla.

And, Franklin County officials partner with Columbus’ Urban League to prevent housing discrimination against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.

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