Representatives from the District of Columbia Housing Authority recently presented to leaders in national housing about its new and growing Rent Reporting and Credit Building program. Joseph Nelson, who coordinates the program for DCHA, was a panelist at the annual NAHRO (National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials) during the first week of October. He
Residents at Lincoln Heights were treated to a free lunch today from PinkE’S EATS! Progressive National Baptist Convention, developers of Providence Place, wanted to show their appreciation to the community for living beside their construction project by providing 250 lunches. They had assistance from the Lincoln Heights Resident Council and the District’s New Communities Initiative.
More than 70 District of Columbia Housing Authority Resident Council officers were sworn-in by Board of Commissioners Chairman Neil Albert this week. The elections, which were held on September 9 and 10, allow residents to choose leadership in their individual communities. Resident councils represent their neighbors and work to improve the quality of life for