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In the face of sequestration, the automatic across-the board budget cut that will hit all federal programs starting March 1, the King County Housing Authority has suspended issuance of Section 8 Housing Choice vouchers to the thousands of families that have applied to its general waiting list.
Donated by King County, the site is an ideal location, adjacent to the King County Housing Authority HOPE VI redevelopment, and proximate to four public schools, which will allow students easy access to the facility.
In partnership with the King County Housing Authority, the city also upgraded a dilapidated 60-unit Housing and Urban Development-assisted building for low-income seniors to bring the building up to current standards.
The King County Housing Authority will extinguish smoking in all its public housing units starting Dec.
Cascadia Community College Foundation -- $9,000 in partnership with the King County Housing Authority to provide educational outreach and employment services to seven communities.
WNC & Associates collaborated with King County Housing Authority (KCHA), National Development Council (NDC) and U.
March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- BECU, Washington's largest credit union, has presented a grant of $30,000 to the King County Housing Authority to help fund the Greenbridge Homeownership plan, which will redevelop the Park Lake Homes area of White Center.
Our vision for Seola Gardens is of a new neighborhood that complements the rich amenities and diversity of White Center," said King County Housing Authority Chair Nancy Holland-Young.