Detroit’s demolition program suspended by U.S. Treasury

Detroit's demolition program suspended by U.S. Treasury

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Detrioit, Michigan: The state investigation that prompted a recent two-month suspension of Detroit’s demolition program can be traced back to an audit that began a year ago that questioned low bids being passed over for higher . . . → Read More: Detroit’s demolition program suspended by U.S. Treasury

Ypsilanti Township Board of Trustees barred subsidized housing

Ypsilanti Township Board of Trustees barred subsidized housing

The Ypsilanti Township Board of Trustees unanimously barred subsidized housing for the proposed 392-unit Majestic Lakes subdivision. In addition, the number of rentals is limited and the length of time its single-family homes or condos can be rented is capped at three years. But the . . . → Read More: Ypsilanti Township Board of Trustees barred subsidized housing

Grand Rapids Accepting Applications

Section 8 housing in Grand Rapids will be online starting at 12 a.m. on May 12 on www.grhclist.org.

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To apply by phone, call 616-288-1150, starting May 12, between 9:00am and 5:00pm.

The commission is working with community agencies . . . → Read More: Grand Rapids Accepting Applications

Grand Rapid, Michigan’s $20 Million Section 8 Complex

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GRBJ is reporting that Grand Rapids Housing Commission Executive Director Carlos Sanchez wants to replace Creston Plaza — the 100 unit, city owned housing development at 1014 Clancy Ave. NE — with about 90 new apartments targeted for low- and moderate-income residents on the same 12.4-acre site . . . → Read More: Grand Rapid, Michigan’s $20 Million Section 8 Complex