January 19, 2017
Hope GArdens Community Center
422 Central Avenue
MORE INFO: 718-574-1697
With a $17 billion backlog of unmet capital needs, can affordable housing strategies be applied to the nation's largest housing authority to help preserve aging public housing in need of costly repairs? Policy makers, practitioners and resident leaders will discuss HUD's Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) and plans to build on NYCHA land.
Dinner and discussion with the Housing Commissioner, COO and residents from Baltimore’s Housing Authority.
Baltimore is preserving 4,000 units of public housing through the RAD program and this is a great opportunity to learn about their experience from both the housing authority and resident perspective!
RSVP here before Friday September 16th.
The meeting will be held at the Palmetto Gardens Senior Center community room on the first floor.
Beyond Bricks and Mortar: Stories of Struggle & Hope in the Face of Disinvestment & Gentrification
A collaborative documentary project focused on the lives of public housing residents
Join us for the opening of a collaborative project featuring stories of community and resilience from public housing residents organized byMore Art, Cynthia Tobar, & Aldo Soligno. Featuring RBSCC and their Hope Gardens Senior Center.
"This collaborative documentary project between public housing residents and community organizations/volunteers seeks to highlight the lives and experiences of residents in public housing residents as they face the changes in their communities resulting from diminishing affordable housing stock and gentrification.
This multi-media exhibit aims to bring longevity to public awareness around the issues that residents have had to contend with for decades. Through this project, we hope to inspire action towards preserving and improving affordable for our forgotten neighbors in public housing.
Utilizing various media platforms such as video and photography; “Beyond Bricks and Mortar” will foster intergenerational partnerships with young people, adults and seniors to collect and convey the stories of their lived experiences."
Co-presented by Casa Experimental & Disclaimer Gallery
State Senator Martin M. Dilan and Assemblyman Erik M. Dilan, in conjunction with Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Inc. and the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), are hosting a meeting on the impact of NYCHA’s PACT program on residents at 85 Palmetto St.
NYCHA representatives will present the program to residents and answer their questions.
NYCHA will hold a public hearing at the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) in Manhattan on August 3, 2016. Written comments regarding the Draft Annual PHA Plan for FY 2017 are encouraged. To be considered, submissions must be received via United States Postal mail or fax no later than August 4, 2016. Faxed submissions will be accepted at (212) 306-7905.
Comments may be sent to the following address and comments may also be emailed email@example.com.
Public Housing Agency Plan Comments
Church Street Station
P.O. Box 3422
New York, New York 10008-3422
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center and the NYS Department of Health.
Participate in roundtable discussions affecting Bushwick.
Space is limited. RSVP at 347-762-0805 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
NYCHA will submit Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) applications to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in Summer 2016, and will hold meetings with residents to educate them about the RAD program.
New York City's RAD will be called Permanent Affordability Commitment Together - PACT