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Community development and housing news: October 26, 2020

HUD Secretary announced the latest HUD EnVision Center, new Field Office Director named for Vermont, HUD Regional Administrator presented a $6 million check to the City of Trenton, and more.

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HUD Secretary Ben Carson announced the latest HUD EnVision Center designation for Bedford Hope Center in Pittsburgh, PA

The Center has an intergovernmental agreement with the local Department of Human Services and will continue with current federal programs such as Family Self Sufficiency (FSS), Resident Opportunity Self Sufficiency (ROSS), and Choice Neighborhoods Initiatives. Read more


Sean Thomas named as Field Office Director for Vermont

The new Field Office Director acts as HUD's liaison to mayors, city managers, elected representatives, state and local officials, members of Congress, private and non-profit developers, stakeholders, and customers. Read more


HUD Regional Administrator for New York and New Jersey presented a $6 million check to City of Trenton Mayor

About $1.5 million of those funds will go to the Trenton Housing Authority to help low-income families and to help supplement administrative fees that support COVID-19 related activities to keep residents safe. Read more


California Governor Gavin Newsom announced an additional $30.7 million for the Homekey project

From this round of funding, Yurok Tribe in Humboldt County received $2.2 million for 18 units. The city of San Luis Obispo received $15 million in funds while Los Angeles received $13.5 million in funds. Read more



Washington celebrated second HUD EnVision Center in state

The new center opened in Skyway and will provide social services to visitors, access to health insurance enrollment, behavioral health and housing resources, and more. Read more




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