Kilmer Homes I & II is a significant step in Edison’s efforts to provide affordable housing for our citizens with lower-and moderate incomes.
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.
A ribbon cutting ceremony for Kilmer Homes I & II will take place on Thursday, March 31 at 2:00 p.m located at 115 and 117 Truman Drive in Edison.
The substitute HUD bill increased funding for the HOME program from $66 million to $900 million and provided an additional $100 million for CDBG.
If you or a loved one was impacted by Sandy and want to receive more information about upcoming recovery programs call 1-855-SANDYHM (726-3946).
NJ will dedicate $215M of CDBG?DR funds to the FRM rental housing; $10M for supportive housing and $15M for tenant?based rental assistance.
Each profile provides a snapshot of a project, place, people and partners and highlights a best practice or innovative use of CDBG funds.
Too many of our neighbors are still couch surfing or living in homes that need to be repaired. They deserve better and we can and must do better.
If you would like to join Monarch Housing and the Netwok in signing on, please let the Network know by 10 a.m. TOMORROW, Wednesday, November 20, 2013
HUD anticipates approximately 400 employees will be classified as “excepted” from the shutdown and will continue working in order to perform duties for programs diring the shutdown.