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Today in History 13.4.2014 Star Tribune: Nation
Today in History 13.4.2014 Star Tribune: Politics
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray to choose new police chief week of May 19 11.4.2014 Seattle Times: Local
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray announced today that he plans to disclose his choice for the city’s new police chief during the week beginning May 19.
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Developers Pushed on Access 11.4.2014 Wall St. Journal: Policy
Local Law 58 is now the center of a dispute between the city's developers and architects and the federal Department of Housing and Urban ...
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Powers Circle Apartments in north Littleton offer affordable option 10.4.2014 Headlines: All Headlines
Fredy Lemus moved into the newly renovated Powers Circle Apartments in north Littleton because they're close to amenities and services and they're non-smoking — something important to the health of his two children.
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Sen. Murray seeks safety assurances as state oil-train transport increases 10.4.2014 Seattle Times: Local
U.S. Sen. Patty Murray on Wednesday convened the first congressional hearing focused solely on the safety of transporting crude oil by rail.
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Feds to give more than $7M for Utah homeless programs 9.4.2014 Salt Lake Tribune
More than 50 Utah programs that help provide services and housing to homeless residents will receive federal grant money to continue operations in the coming year. Utah providers will receive a total of $7.2 million, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). “This renewed funding is critical to meeting our goal of eradicating homelessness across our nation,” Rick Garcia, HUD Rocky Mountain regional administrator, said in a prepared statement. ...
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HUD provides more than $7 million for Utah homeless programs 9.4.2014 Salt Lake Tribune
More than 50 Utah programs that help provide services and housing to homeless residents will receive federal grant money to continue operations in the coming year. Utah providers will receive a total of $7.2 million, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). “This renewed funding is critical to meeting our goal of eradicating homelessness across our nation,” Rick Garcia, HUD Rocky Mountain regional administrator, said in a prepared statement. ...
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2 names, including ‘John Doe,’ added to list of missing 4.4.2014 Seattle Times: Local
Two more names were added Thursday to the list of those missing and presumed killed by the deadly March 22 mudslide, bringing the total to 17.
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2 names, including ‘John Doe,’ added to list of missing 4.4.2014 Seattle Times: Top stories
Two more names were added Thursday to the list of those missing and presumed killed by the deadly March 22 mudslide, bringing the total to 17.
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HUD offers mortgage relief for mudslide homeowners 3.4.2014 Seattle Times: Local
WASHINGTON -- U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on Thursday offered help for residents who lost their homes in the Oso mudslide, including a 90-day moratorium on any foreclosures.
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After Sandy, feds mull plan for artificial islands 29.3.2014 Twincities.com: News
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J.—A string of artificial islands off the coast of New Jersey and New York could blunt the impact of storm surges that proved so deadly during Superstorm Sandy, according to a proposal vying for attention and funding as the region continues its recovery.
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Washington County plans how to disburse $800K in federal housing money 26.3.2014 Twincities.com: Local

Federal funding of $800,000 for several Washington County housing projects advanced this week, with county board approval of a draft spending plan.

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A New Horizon: Soda Creek Apartments emblematic of new era at Horizons Specialized Services 23.3.2014 Steamboat Pilot
There comes a time in the life of every single young adult when they attach a certain degree of urgency to living in a place of their own — without roommates. If anyone has any doubts that axiom applies to clients of Horizons Specialized Services, listen to what Rhianna Gifford, 28, has to say on the subject. “I want to move now,” Gifford said during lunch at Colorado Mountain College in late February. “I’m excited, really excited. I just need more privacy. I want to have some ‘me’ time.” Gifford is one of seven Horizons clients, selected with consideration for their compatibility, who will move within the next two weeks or so into the nonprofit’s brand-new Soda Creek Apartments at 445 Eighth St. in Steamboat Springs. The apartment complex was designed from the ground up to meet the needs of adults who are ready to move out of traditional group homes and begin raising their skill sets to a level at which they someday might be able to move into apartments throughout the community that ...
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NH getting $4.7M in public housing grants 19.3.2014 Boston Globe: Latest
NH getting $4.7M in public housing grants
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RI receives $12.6M for public housing 19.3.2014 Boston Globe: Latest
RI receives $12.6M for public housing
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Square Feet: A Troubled Neighborhood’s Revival in San Francisco 19.3.2014 NY Times: Business
Square Feet: A Troubled Neighborhood’s Revival in San Francisco
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Flooded Colorado communities face spring snowmelt danger 16.3.2014 Denver Post: News: Local
Flooded Colorado communities face spring snowmelt danger
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They're low on income but living in Beverly Hills 16.3.2014 Twincities.com: Nation

LOS ANGELES -- From the balcony of her Crescent Drive apartment, Shari Able takes in the luxurious view -- a picture-postcard panorama of the homes of Beverly Hills. Her home sits above a Whole Foods stocked with organic kabocha squash and Dungeness crabs. Rodeo Drive's boutiques are a brisk walk away.

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Low on income but getting by in Beverly Hills 15.3.2014 Seattle Times: Top stories
In the American imagination, “Beverly Hills” is shorthand for the good life — movie stars, mansions, Maseratis. But while the richest fifth of households there make $661,000, the poorest 20 percent bring in less than $14,500.
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