On Monday, April 17, 2017, Congressman Bobby Scott (VA-03) will meet with representatives of Housing Authorities in Hampton Roads to discuss funding cuts for federal housing programs proposed in President Trump's Fiscal Year 2018 budget proposed. Following the meeting, Congressman Scott will tour Marshall Courts, a 349 unit Public Housing Complex. The complex is currently undergoing a multi-phased comprehensive renovation that is subject to massive cuts under President Trump’s proposed budget.
At its regular meeting on February 23, 2016, the Alexandria City Council voted unanimously to rescind its vote on February 20 to approve a master plan amendment and deny a rezoning of the Ramsey Homes property at 699 N. Patrick St. The Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority, which owns the property, proposed to replace the existing 15 public housing units in four two-story buildings with 53 public and affordable units in two three-story buildings
Arlington County Manager Mark Schwartz today previewed for the County Board a proposed $1.19 billion Base Budget for FY 2017 that is balanced and is a 2.8 percent increase above the FY 2016 adopted budget. The manager also proposed that the $6.2 million in higher-than-projected revenues now expected be used to fund a tax rate reduction and more investments
The Fairfax County Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) is preparing to release the 2015 Affordable Housing Blueprint Funding Request for Proposals (RFP) for the development of affordable housing projects in Fairfax County. This opportunity is intended to address the goals and metrics set forth in the Fairfax County FY 2016 Housing Blueprint. This marks the first time Fairfax County will simultaneously release affordable housing funding and federal project-based vouchers for competition.
The City's Department of Transportation & Environmental Services (T&ES), Transportation Planning Division will hold a public information meeting on the King Street, Callahan Drive & Russell Road Intersection Safety project on Tuesday, June 23, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Durant Center, 1605 Cameron Street.
2015 first half real estate tax and refuse fee payments are due Monday, June 15. Late payment penalty and interest will be assessed on all accounts not paid by the due date. The City encourages taxpayers to avoid waiting in line by using one of the alternate payment methods offered by the City.
“This valuable property has been owned by the Clark Family for over 75 years. Our owner is no longer residing in the area, and has entrusted us to market and sell this acreage and home at public auction,” according to John Nicholls, president of the company. “Businesses and major highways surround this property, and the future is now.”
An open house scheduled for Tuesday, May 12 to discuss proposed changes to the Coliseum Central Master Plan has been postponed. Residents and interested parties will be notified when the meeting is rescheduled.
Arlington’s nearly three-year effort to shape a vision for affordable housing and meet the challenge posed to our community’s diversity by rising housing prices and a dwindling supply of market rate affordable housing has reached a major milestone
WASHINGTON, D.C. - March 1, 2013 - (RealEstateRama) -- The Norfolk Department of Human Services is accepting applications for the city’s Real Estate Tax Relief/Deferral Program from Friday, March1 through June 1, 2013.