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Westchester receives $4.1 million from HUD for reducing lead hazard in...

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on Sept. 1 awarded $95 million to 28 state and local governments in order to identify and...

Latimer reacts to Trump using Westchester as example of suburban destruction

In a Labor Day interview with the Business Journal, Westchester County Executive George Latimer dismissed President Donald Trump's claims that Westchester is an example...

Yonkers Housing Authority seeking private partners

The Municipal Housing Authority for the City of Yonkers (MHACY) wants to partner with owners of market-rate buildings in the city and expand the...

Former HUD chief Cisneros visits Yonkers

Former Housing and Urban Development  Secretary Henry Cisneros and Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer recently visited the offices of Municipal Housing Authority Yonkers for...

Bridgeport seeks demolition of Greene Homes complex

The city cited “challenging living conditions” that include recurring violence and damaged elevators that it said prevent many residents, especially those who are disabled, from leaving their homes.

Connecticut Housing Finance Authority gets HUD grant for housing counseling

Programs include education classes and credit counseling for potential homebuyers, and foreclosure prevention counseling.

Poughkeepsie property manager sentenced to prison

Carl Immich pleaded guilty to stealing housing subsidy funds.

Feds charge Valhalla firm with bank fraud over mortgages

Terra Foundation charged fees for filing fraudulent mortgages discharges, according to a federal indictment of five principals in the business.

Column: HUD protects a criminal’s right to housing

The HUD Office of General Counsel issued an advisory that says that owners must look at the nature, severity or “recency” of the criminal conduct and then make an “individualized assessment.”

Former Mount Vernon official and partner guilty in HUD fraud scheme

A federal jury convicted Mount Vernon's former urban renewal agency chief and her romantic partner on fraud charges involving $1.2 million in diverted funds.

Greenburgh looks to bypass Westchester in applying for funds

As the federal government diverts development money from the county due to an affordable housing dispute, the town may form its own consortium to seek grants.

Norwalk hopes for federal funds in village redevelopment

As the Norwalk Housing Authority looks to assemble financing for an overhaul of the city’s Washington Village development, it will seek a share of $72 million in federal storm-related aid Connecticut is set to receive.

Legislators ask for more time to study ‘source of income’

Residents rallied at county headquarters in White Plains Monday, May 6, demanding the Board of Legislators pass a law prohibiting landlords from denying tenancy based on source of income, including Section 8 housing vouchers.

Hearing May 6 on source of income legislation

County legislators approved a public hearing to discuss source of income legislation

Westchester sues HUD

Westchester is taking its battle with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to court.