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  • Protect Public Housing Capital Fund, Health and Safety of Residents

    The Public Housing Capital Fund provides critical resources that housing authorities across the country use to rehabilitate and modernize their properties. However, in 2010, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) estimated that there is a $26 billion backlog in needed repairs that have gone unfunded.  HUD also estimated that these needs accrue at a rate of $3.4 billion per year. ...

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  • Support Small Housing Agency Regulatory Reform

    Increasing over-regulation of HUD housing programs has particularly affected smaller housing authorities, usually defined as those with 550 units or fewer. Small housing authorities have limited budgets and limited staff capacity, yet these smaller housing authorities are required to do more with less and are called upon to administer HUD programs requiring an increasing amount of paperwork and reporting that is of unknown or questionable value.   ...

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