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Approval Gives Green Light to Move Ahead with Innovative Programs that Support Opportunities for Residents
Proposed Mixed-Use Development Would Bring Upgraded Community Room, Open Space for Residents at CHA’s Caroline Hedger Apartments
CHA to award more than 200 scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $2,500, based on need and merit
Resident of Southeast Scattered Sites was appointed by Mayor in November; known for strong relationships
The Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) is committed to transparency and welcomes public scrutiny at every level
In groundbreaking year for CHA scholars, students are “Staying the Course” over winter break with some 40 summer employers and internship providers at college check-in event
Agency Announces that Residents Will Be Moved to Newly Renovated Apartments by Week’s End
Last February, CHA CEO Eugene Jones, Jr. pledged in writing to replace 525 units of housing at Lathrop Homes by providing new housing units in North Side communities.
Agency aims to ensure residents stay safe and warm
$452,000 expands CHA’s help for students to attend college