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Connecticut Department of Housing Awards Center Village Redevelopment $6,500,000

 

The Connecticut Department of Housing announced that the Housing Authority of the Town of Glastonbury's Center Village redevelopment project was awarded $6,500,000 from the ninth round of the Competitive Housing Assistance for Multifamily Properties (CHAMP 9) financing . The redevelopment of Center Village will create 38 new units through the construction of a new building. A complete renovation and construction of new additions to 34 existing units will provide ample living space and modern amenities. The final product will provide a new property and ownership structure that will offer modern affordable housing to households in three different income tiers:

Income Categories
Income Tier Single Person Annual Income Two Person Annual Income
25% AMI up to $15,650 up to $17,875
50% AMI up to $31,300 up to $35,750
60% AMI up to $37,560 up to $42,900

 

Affordable ASSISTED LIVING Apply here! We have a few openings at the Herbert T. Clark Assisted Living facility. If you are interested, you can download an application here, or call our office at 860-652-7623. (Please note - the application is a rather large file - don't try to download with a slow connection.)

Eversource purchases $500,000 in HTCC tax credits to help fund Center Village Redevelopment The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority ("CHFA") announced that the Housing Authority of the Town of Glastonbury's Center Village redevelopment project was awarded $500,000 in the 2015 Housing Tax Credit Contribution Program ("HTCC"). Eversource purchased all $500,000 in State tax credits. Tom Dorsey expressed Eversources's continured commitment to purchase the HTCC credits in support of the affordable housing industry.

GHA maintenance staff provides rapid responses time to tenant request work order in fiscal year 2016 GHA maintenance staff continues to proivde quick turn around on tenant requested work orders. GHA allows up to 10 calendar days for a routine work order to be completed. GHA maintenance staff is continuing to average 2.3 days to complete all routine work orders..

2016-17 After school Creative Experiences (ACE) for Welles Village ChildrenACE is a program run by Youth and Family Services on Wednesdays after school. The program operates on every Wednesday while school is in session. For more information please contact Jason Stankowski 860 652-7675 or at jason.stankowski@glastonbury-ct.gov.

HUD Approves GHA Five Year Plan The Glastonbury Housing Authority Five Year Plan FY 2016 - 2020 lays out the goals of the authority and operating policies.

Welles Village Leaf Pick-up Starts November 1, 2016 GHA maintenance staff will commence leaf collection on November 1st. Welles Village residents are asked to rake their leaves to the curb. Please remove all sticks and garabage from the leaf pile and do not bag your leaves.

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