Proposed Policies Out for Public Comment

PROPOSED POLICIES OUT FOR PUBLIC COMMEN

 

DRAFT LECLAIRE PHASE 1 RESIDENTIAL PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD

LeClaire Phase I Residential located in the Garfield Ridge Community Area, Chicago, IL. Units within this development will be available for eligible 10/1/1999 leaseholders who have yet to satisfy their right of return under the Relocation Rights Contract and eligible public housing applicants. The Chicago Housing Authority and Garfield Ridge Community Area have worked in consultation with the developer to draft a TSP and Lease for use at LeClaire Phase I Residential.

The 30-day public comment period begins July 2 through August 1, 2024.  While CHA encourages and welcomes all program participants, residents, and the community-at-large to review the proposed updates to LeClaire TSP and Lease you are not required to attend or view the livestream public comment hearings to submit comments. Your presence or absence does not affect your housing.

CHA will host two public comment hearings—one livestream and one in-person:

Livestream: Tue, July 9, 2024, at 10:00 am, watch live below (Sign interpreter will be present.)

In-person:  Mon, July 15, 2024, at 6:00 pm, LeClaire Courts-Hearst Park, 5120 W 44th St, Chicago, IL 60638 (Sign and Spanish interpreters will be present.)

We ask that comments pertaining to the LeClaire Phase 1 be submitted electronically to commentontheplan@thecha.org prior to the comment hearing or submitted in the chat during the livestream.  All comments will be added to the comment grid and receive a response during the livestream and/or in writing in the comment grid. 

LeClaire Phase I Residential Draft TSP and Lease will be available on CHA’s website at www.thecha.org July 2. You may also mail or fax comments for the LeClaire Phase I Residential Draft TSP and Lease. All comments must be received by August 1, 2024.

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ACOP Summary for Public Comment

This document provides a summary of substantive changes to certain sections of the Chicago Housing Authority’s (CHA) proposed Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy (ACOP). Additional language improvements, updates, and section organizational changes were also implemented throughout the policy.