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Enterprise: States Become More Involved in Local Housing Issues

A daily roundup of news impacting housing and communities: October 16, 2018.

ProJo: Future of Providence’s Barbara Jordan II affordable housing development discussed

Residents and advocates on Monday night had the chance to voice their opinions about the redevelopment of Barbara Jordan II, a 74-unit affordable housing project that has been vacant for about two years.

The Block Island Times: Applications being accepted for church apartments

The process to apply for one of the four apartments currently under construction on the third floor of the Harbor Church has opened.

Warwick Beacon: 3-part series at St. Gregory the Great explores homelessness in RI

Homelessness is an issue that all of us need to better understand so we can address it in our community.

PHA: Request for Proposals - Project Based Vouchers

The Providence Housing Authority will award Section 8 Project-Based Vouchers to eligible applicants based on the guidelines and ranking criteria as listed in the RFP.

Barrington Times: Questions of the Week

Question: Prioritize these three issues facing Barrington residents – rising property taxes, affordable housing, and the quality and quantity of the town’s athletic fields.

UWRI: Candidates for Governor Meet and Greet

Join United Way of Rhode Island on Monday, October 22 for a moderated meet and greet with the candidates running for Governor of Rhode Island.

Join state leaders on October 26 for the Oxford Place & Gardens Ribbon Cutting

Join special guests Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI 1st District), Mayor Jorge Elorza and the leadership of RIHousing and Preservation of Affordable Housing along with supporters and residents of Oxford Place & Gardens affordable housing.

Enterprise: Host an Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow

Applications are now open for Host Organizations to join the fall 2019-2020 class of Rose Fellows. DEADLINE is Friday, November 9.
NLIHC: Census Bureau Unveils “Opportunity Atlas”

NLIHC: Census Bureau Unveils “Opportunity Atlas”

The Census Bureau, in conjunction with Raj Chetty and Nathan Hendren from Harvard University and John Friedman from Brown University, unveiled its “Opportunity Atlas” on October 1, which provides unprecedented neighborhood-level data showing where children have the best chance of climbing the income ladder as adults.

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