November 22, 2017

HUD Shows Some “Brotherly Love” to Disaster Survivors

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The “City of Brotherly Love” is welcoming hundreds of Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Island residents displaced by Hurricane Maria. HUD staff are working shoulder-to-shoulder with Philadelphia’s Office of Emergency Management at its Disaster Assistance Services Center where more than 1,000 evacuees have visited since its opening in mid-October. 

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July 28, 2017

When Disaster Strikes, a Hero Answers the Call

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When floods, tornadoes, or other natural disasters force Americans to flee their home, HUD’s dedicated employees are among the first to the scene to help affected families find shelter. Tony Landecker, a Portfolio Manager in HUD’s Minneapolis-St. Paul field office, is responsible for assisting with the management of the local housing stock. Last year, however, […]

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November 14, 2016

HUD’s Human Touch

My name is Tony Landecker and I work in HUD’s Minneapolis field office. My day-to-day job at HUD is working with public housing authorities in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area where I help manage their housing units. On September 24th, I volunteered to deploy to Baton Rouge, Louisiana to join the Disaster Response Team to help […]

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