We expect the first allocations of the Housing Trust Fund will be made this summer. At least $3.73 Million available for NJ. DCA developing plan now.
At the the end of a nine-hour mark-up on March 16, 2016, the House Budget Committee passed a fiscal year (FY)17 budget resolution by a vote of 20-16.
Our request honors the President’s commitment to provide more Americans with the chance to secure quality and affordable housing said Julian Castro.
Let us together break the silence and advocate for a budget that creates homes people can afford and makes ending homelessness in budget priority!
It’s easy to assume that additional fair housing opportunities solves one, simple problem: providing homes for individuals who struggle to cover rent.
Join us in DC on July 13th for the Congressional Reception to ensure a budget that works for our communities and will end homelessness in NJ.
The Bipartisan Budget Act raised the caps for FY 16 and 17 above the sequestration levels but only enough to ensure that 17 was not a cut from 16.
Median rental costs in NJ have jumped by more than 6% since 2011. As of 2014, one in four working renter households were severely cost burdened.
We are deeply troubled by recent demands from mayors of wealthy towns for the reinstatement of Regional Contribution Agreements.
Senator Tom Kean, the Senate Republican Leader, has joined Senator Jeff Van Drew as a prime sponsor of S-1088 the Code Blue bill.