Subscribers to our annual revision service can expect to receive the latest updates to the NMA Model Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy (ACOP) and Guide this week. If you have any questions about your subscription, please contact Meg Kennedy in our accounting department and she'll be happy to assist you.
We’re pleased to announce the release of NMA's seminar calendar for the fourth quarter of 2014. You can view a list of the training opportunities that Nan McKay and Associates is offering from now through the end of December on this page at our website. Start planning your autumn training now and save! If you register at least 45 days in advance for most seminars, you’ll receive a 10 percent discount. (The discount does not apply to seminars hosted by housing authorities or associations.) Our seminars have been updated for:
Cara Gillette trains, consults, and provides technical assistance nationwide in fair housing, public housing management, hearings, economic self-sufficiency, and governing boards. Prior to joining NMA, she administered public housing and Section 8 waiting lists, served as hearing officer, managed public housing, and oversaw resident economic development programs at the San Diego Housing Commission. She has previously written for the NMA blog on how to work with sequestration in the public housing program. Cara will be presenting the following session at the 2014 NMA and GoSection8 Housing Conference.
Subscribers to our annual revision service can expect to receive the latest version of the NMA Public Housing Management (PHM) Master Book this week. If you have any questions about your subscription, please contact Janell Guilbeaux in our accounting department and she'll be happy to assist you.
Topics: Appropriations, Assistance Animals, Books and Revision Services, Capital Fund, Fair Housing, Final Rule, Flat Rent, Notice PIH 2013-03, Pets, PIH notices, Public Housing Management, Reasonable Accommodation, Sequestration, Service Animals, VAWA
In a press release yesterday, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced the issuance of a notice on assistance and service animals by its Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO). Notice FHEO 2013-1 is divided into three sections: