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Public Housing: HOPE VI Resident Issues & Changes in Neighborhoods Surrounding Grant Sites
Public Housing: HOPE VI Resident Issues & Changes in Neighborhoods Surrounding Grant Sites
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 2003
Pages: 53
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756740843

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David G. Wood (au); Paul Schmidt (au). Congress established the HOPE VI program in 1992 to revitalize severely distressed public housing by demolition, rehabilitation, or replacement of sites. In FY 1993-2001, the Dept. of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) awarded approximately $4.5 billion for 165 HOPE VI revitalization grants to public housing authorities (grantees). The General Accounting Office (GAO) was asked to examine: (1) the types of & the number of original residents that grantees expect to return to the revitalized sites, (2) how the FY 1996 grantees have involved residents in the HOPE VI process, & (3) how the neighborhoods surrounding the 20 sites that received HOPE VI grants in FY 1996 have changed. Charts & tables.

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