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Orange County Updates: State DOF Demands $263 Million From OC Cities And Kennedy Commission Forum

(from Kennedy Commission) The State of California's Department of Finance (DOF) has demanded in recent weeks that 19 Orange County cities and the county itself turn over a combined $263 million in unused funds previously earmarked for low- and moderate-income housing.
 
Some cities have already paid up, including Anaheim and Buena Park, which had unused funds of $13.9 million and $4.6 million, respectively. Others are fighting the demand, saying the state's calculations are wrong.
 

San Diego Updates: Laura Nunn Joins SDHF and Affordable Housing Finance Summit

(San Diego Region Update from the San Diego Housing Federation)  The San Diego Housing Federation welcomed Laura Nunn as its new Policy Coordinator. Ms. Nunn comes to SDHF from U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein’s San Diego district office where she was Assistant Field Representative. In her last position, Laura worked on federal level issues related to housing, health,veteran affairs, and social programs.

National Housing Preservation Database

The National Housing Preservation Database was created by the Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation (PAHRC) and the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) in an effort to provide communities with the information they need to effectively preserve their stock of public and affordable housing. The National Housing Preservation Database incorporates all available data on federally subsidized housing properties and includes nine separate funding streams. The National Housing Preservation Database can be filtered by location, funding stream, or 'at risk of loss' status.

LA Business Council 43rd Annual Architectural Awards

The Los Angeles Business Council is thrilled to announce the 43rd Annual Architectural Awards coming June 5, 2013 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. We encourage you or your associates to submit recent building projects for consideration by the 2013 Los Angeles Architectural Awards jury. The Call for Entries is attached, and the entry form is available online here. The deadline to submit entries is Friday, February 15. 

A Message From ACCE

We are pleased to share some exciting news with you.  Effective January 1st 2013 one of our founding staff leaders, Christina Livingston, will move up to become our Executive Director.  We couldn’t be more excited.  Christina began her organizing career in 2004 and helped launch ACCE in 2010, serving as Field Director, Deputy Director, and most recently Co-Director.  In June of this year our Board of Directors and senior staff team made a six month plan with Christina to expand her capacities, transfer information, and develop organizational plans and directions to ensure that this transit

NFL Grassroots RFP

Attached please find the NFL Grassroots RFP, Program Description as well as information for the upcoming RFP webinar scheduled for January 29th from 2-3:00 pm eastern. Please review the RFP carefully as additional information has been added regarding USA Football and the membership services they  are prepared to offer youth football groups using the fields.

Claudia Cappio Now Heads CalHFA and HCD

The Governor has requested that Claudia Cappio, the Executive Director of CalHFA, be the single point of leadership for the Department of Housing and Community Development and CalHFA during the implementation of the Governor’s reorganization plan for these agencies.
 

TCAC proposed schedule and deadlines available

The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee (CTCAC) administers the federal and state Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Programs. Both programs were created to encourage private investment in affordable rental housing for households meeting certain income requirements.

CTCAC has released their proposed 2013 schedule and deadlines. Visit this link here.

Innovation Report: Self-Help Housing Across Borders


(from the Coachella Valley Housing Coalition, CVHC) CVHC has put together a consortium of forward-thinking Mexican and American organizations committed to improving the housing conditions of low-income families in Mexico through Self-Help Housing Across Borders.

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