Presentation: Randolph County Housing Authority

Posted on: December 11th, 2012 by Brett Schwartz

The US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities (http://portal NULL.hud NULL.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/program_offices/sustainable_housing_communities) held its 2012 Sustainable Communities Grantee Convening December 3-5 in Washington, DC.  The convening brought together all the grantees from the Sustainable Communities grant program (which include both Community Challenge Grants (http://portal NULL.hud NULL.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/program_offices/sustainable_housing_communities/HUD-DOT_Community_Challenge_Grants) and Regional Planning Grants (http://portal NULL.hud NULL.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/program_offices/sustainable_housing_communities/sustainable_communities_regional_planning_grants)) to network, share best practices, and learn more about federal resources to support local and state projects.  The NADO Research Foundation serves as a capacity building team to the Rural Areas, Small Towns, and Tribes cohort of grantees.

During the “Rural Successes and Opportunities in Creating Sustainable Communities and Regions” breakout session held December 3, Kate Somers, Program Manager at the Randolph County Housing Authority (http://www NULL.rchawv NULL.org/) in Elkins, WV, presented updates about the work happening in her region, including promoting affordable housing and senior housing, as well as redevelopment efforts underway in the Highland Park neighborhood.

To view the Powerpoint presentation, click here.  To learn more about the Randolph County Housing Authority, click here (http://www NULL.rchawv NULL.org/).

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