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Housing Discrimination Advocacy - This Tuesday!

Faith in Action Advocacy Day this coming Tuesday (May 21st).

The Kent County Daily Times: West Warwick Housing Authority Recognized as High Performer

The West Warwick Housing Authority announced last week that it has been recognized by the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development for its Public Housing and Section 8 programs with its highest rating of High Performer.

Valley Breeze: Proposed Dowling Village condos would be ‘final piece’ of development

The developer of Dowling Village appeared before the Planning Board last week to discuss plans for a 21-unit condominium complex on Old Louisquisset Pike, a component he’s calling the “final piece” of the 15-year project off Route 146A.

Newport Daily News: Newport passes resolution to market Cranston-Calvert units to young tenants

The City Council split 4-3 in passing a resolution Wednesday night that calls on the city administration to encourage the purchaser of the former Cranston-Calvert School to develop “legally permissible advertising and marketing programs that would attract rentals by young people who work or plan to work in Newport.”

RI Advocacy Days and Hearings May 2019

Upcoming housing events happening in Rhode Island.
RIH: 2018 Annual Report

RIH: 2018 Annual Report

RIH's new online annual report illustrates just some of the highlights from 2018.

RIH: Ancillary Financing Funding Round

RIHousing is pleased to announce the opening of a competitive funding round for theHOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) and the Housing Trust Fund (HTF), initiatives of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Age-Friendly RI: Power-Up RI Forum

Join Age-Friendly Rhode Island at their Power-Up RI 2019 Forum on June 30th from 8:00AM - Noon at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick, RI.

The Valley Breeze: Council will hold separate meetings on affordable housing mandate

The City Council is planning a series of meetings on a proposal to require 10 percent affordable housing in the new Transit-Oriented Development district around a coming new train station off Main Street.

The Narragansett Times: South County Habitat for Humanity volunteers celebrated

As the cost of housing continues to rise, the demand for affordable housing is clearly evident with Habitat seeing a 140 percent in the number of applicants over the prior year. Gratefully the number of volunteers generously donating their time to Habitat’s mission has also seen a dramatic increase, with 878 volunteers contributed an unbelievable 24,144 hours, equivalent to a $613,982 donation.

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