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$100 million for Section 8 housing crisis falls short
by Lynda Carson
Monday Aug 24th, 2009 10:02 PM
$100 million in extra federal funding helps to save the nation's Section 8 housing program in Berkeley, Alameda, San Jose, Los Angeles and elsewhere! According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), a whopping 15% of 2,400 Public Housing Authorities nationwide, are currently experiencing funding shortfalls in the Section 8 Housing Voucher Program! HUD is currently trying to release an additional $400 million to assist section 8 programs across the nation. See full list of troubled Public Housing Authorities, further below!


$100 million for Section 8 housing crisis falls short

By Lynda Carson August 24, 2009

Oakland -- An extra $100 million in federal funding to save tens of thousands from becoming homeless in the nation's Section 8 Housing Voucher Program, may not be enough to cover the extreme funding shortfalls occurring in the federally funded housing assistance programs, until October 1, and beyond.

Section 8 renters are currently at risk of homelessness because of massive funding shortfalls occurring in the program, and the Berkeley Housing Authority is expected to receive a million dollars in extra funding to properly maintain it's public housing and section 8 housing assistance programs.

In Berkeley, tenant organizer Patrick Kehoe, a former Resident Advisory Board (RAB) member of the Berkeley Housing Authority said, "Berkeley's housing authority is short $300,000 to fully fund and staff the Section 8 housing program and we hope that the City will cover the current funding shortfall, and that a vote is scheduled in the near future for another $700,000 in needed funding to come from the housing trust fund for capital improvements of Berkeley's public housing units. It's really hard times for so many families due to state budget cuts and a poor economy, "said Kehoe," and the housing authority needs to be fully funded to remain under local control, and to keep section 8 tenants from becoming homeless. I've been trying to organize low-income families to appear at City Council meetings, to request additional funding needed to properly maintain the housing authority and it's programs."

Mr. Kehoe's noble efforts to save the Berkeley's section 8 housing program appears to have worked, and many of Berkeley's low-income families have been saved from homelessness.

During the month of August, the Berkeley Housing Authority is expected to receive, or has received $279,464 for it's project based section 8 program from HUD, plus an additional $752,436 for it's voucher based section 8 program, and the Housing Authority of Alameda received $101,432 in set-aside funds from HUD for it's project based section 8 program, plus an additional $58,804 for porting section 8 families to other locations.

The San Jose Housing Authority is expected to receive $419,030 in set-aside funds from HUD for it's section 8 program, and the Los Angeles Housing Authority is receiving $14,262,976 for unforeseen circumstances in it's section 8 program, plus an additional $7,789,216 in funding to fund it's section 8 voucher program.

The Section 8 voucher program assists low-income families with their rent payments, and generally tenants do not have to pay more than 30% or 40% of the rents being charged, with the rest of the rent being payed to landlords from federal subsidies, on a monthly basis.

According to housing activists, there may be hundreds of public housing agencies currently experiencing funding shortfalls during fiscal year 2009, because HUD's budget was approved later in the year than usual. And due to a bad economy, state budget cuts and job losses experienced by family members in the section 8 program, the PHAs are paying more than expected for rents and rising utilities. Additionally, families are holding onto their vouchers longer due to the bad economy, slowing down the voucher turnover in major cities, resulting in less options to reduce program costs through attrition.

In addition, some housing authorities issued more vouchers than their current budgets will support, and HUD has asked the PHAs to submit an e-mail no later than August 14th, if further funding is needed to keep them from terminating families from the section 8 housing program.

Due to funding shortfalls in the federally funded Housing Choice Voucher program (Section 8 Housing Program), during mid August, 150 low-income families in Jacksonville, Florida, had their Section 8 vouchers taken from them and their names were placed on the Jacksonville Housing Authority waiting list, with many families now facing homelessness as a result of losing their housing assistance vouchers.

In New Hampshire, Section 8 tenants were recently charged a higher percentage in rents due to funding shortfalls in the program, while 76 families in Garfield County, Colorado, have been at risk of losing their section 8 vouchers recently. Additionally 1,144 section 8 families recently have been placed at risk of homelessness in Madison, Wisconsin, due to funding shortfalls in the voucher program.

Around an additional 125 families in Utah County, Utah, are currently facing homelessness because they are scheduled to lose their section 8 vouchers by September 1st, in addition to the 285 families that also lost their vouchers in Northern Oregon this past July, but have been spared from homelessness temporarily thanks to $795,000 in federal money that was approved on August 13th, to assist the families in paying their rents.

During August, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has been advising public housing authorities (PHAs) across the nation that additional funds have been made available to address the massive funding shortfalls currently taking place in around 15% of the nations 2,400 PHAs, that administer HUD's Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program, also known as the Section 8 Housing Voucher program.

Additionally, on August 3, HUD announced that it would re-issue a Feb. 25, 2005, notice that among other things allows PHAs to have the flexibility to deal with funding shortfalls by raising rents on low-income families, and lowering the payment standards immediately to all new admissions, including tenants relocating from their existing housing sites, and remaining residents with new housing assistance payment contracts. In some cases, PHAs may once again be allowed to deny residents from moving from one location to another if the PHA does not have sufficient funds, including HUD's permission to choose from a whole host of other draconian options that are harmful to low-income families, to deal with funding shortfalls.

The Oakland Housing Authority (OHA) has recently received a $10.6 million federal stimulus grant for capital improvements of it's public housing, and theres no mention on their website if they are experiencing a funding shortfall to cover their 11,142 section 8 voucher holders. But on August 18, 2009, the OHA announced that it is proposing to develop a Local Housing Assistance Program (LHAP) plan to provide housing to low-income families that may not qualify for public housing or the section 8 program, as we currently know it.

As an MTW housing authority, the OHA is allowed to grab funds normally used for the section 8 voucher program or from it's public housing program to use for other purposes, including the creation of slush funds which may make it difficult to figure out how it's money is really being spent. Housing activists have bitterly spoken out against MTWs because they abide by fewer rules than most other housing authorities do and can charge higher rents than normal housing authorities do, to the elderly, poor and disabled low-income families in public housing and the section 8 program. A public hearing at the OHA will be conducted on September 28, that would allow locals to speak out against, or for the new proposals involving the LHAP plan.

San Francisco's housing authority provides 21,000 section 8 vouchers to low-income families, and their website does not mention if theres a funding shortfall currently, if that may be the case.

According to HUD, it has recently awarded $89 million in additional funding from its $100 million set-aside fund to some PHAs, to cover some of the existing funding shortfalls. In coming weeks another $41 million in funds will be dispersed to eligible housing authorities and agencies on the verge of terminating families from the section 8 voucher program.

The additional HUD funding came just in time to save 432 housing vouchers from being terminated by the Omaha Housing Authority, saving hundreds of families from homelessness during the current unfolding housing crisis occurring nationwide.

Below is an August 2009 list of Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) that received a total of $100 million in set-aside funds from the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for their section 8 program's tenant protection vouchers, unforeseen voucher expenses and voucher portability programs that are currently in crisis until the end of Fiscal year 2009, or longer.

According to the National Low-Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC), HUD believes that the $100 million in set-aside funding to the nation's PHAs will not be enough funding for the current existing section 8 voucher crisis, and HUD is expected to seek permission from congress to use an additional $400 million in anticipated carryover funds in the voucher program untill October 1, but would need some modification of it's authority beforehand.

More than 4.7 million seniors, disabled persons and low-income families are assisted by the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program, by helping them to afford housing and avoid homelessness.

Lynda Carson may be reached at tenantsrule [at] yahoo.com


Below is the current list of Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) across the nation that are experiencing funding shortfalls in the Section 8 Housing Voucher program, and how much they received in additional funding.


PROJECT BASED VOUCHERS
PHA
Number PHA Name Funding
CA008 The County of Kern $ 213,570
CA033 Monterey County 480,446 $
CA058 Berkeley $ 279,464
CA059 County of Santa Clara $ 140,693
CA062 City of Alameda $ 101,432
CA111 Santa Monica 159,558 $
CO051 Grand $ 23,462
FL080 Palm Beach County $ 296,235
FL105 Manatee County $ 158,400
IA049 Muscatine Municpal $ 22,459
IN101 Goshen HA 157,589 $
KY061 Georgetown $ 28,886
KY142 Ashland HA 94,491 $
MN190 Becker County $ 38,958
NJ002 Newark $ 123,991
NY041 Rochester $ 37,883
NY110 City of New York $ 347,676
NY904 Hsg. Trust Fund Corporation $ 1,214,098
RI901 Rhode Island $ 43,868
RQ007 Caguas Municipality $ 7,843
SC003 Spartanburg HA $ 99,486
SC037 Anderson HA $ 20,448
TN006 Kingsport $ 39,866
VA001 Portsmouth $ 82,744
WV004 Huntington $ 17,733
TOTAL 4,231,279 $

UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES
PHA
Number PHA Name Funding
AL002 Mobile Housing Board 1,403,632 $
AL006 Montgomery 716,568 $
AL061 Hous Auth of Opelika 44,715 $
AL160 Tuskegee 3,132 $
AR252 Pulaski 969 $
CA004 City of Los Angeles 14,262,976 $
CA006 Fresno 170,252 $
CA008 County of Kern 1,525,879 $
CA026 Stanislaus 1,702,644 $
CA028 County of Fresno 144,944 $
CA041 City of Benicia 106,082 $
CA044 Yolo 144,504 $
CA048 Sutter County 18,561 $
CA053 King County 330,348 $
CA055 Vallejo 643,489 $
CA056 San Jose 419,030 $
CA058 Berkely 752,436 $
CA059 Santa Clara 656,730 $
CA070 Plumas County 156,319 $
CA085 Sonoma County 1,133,695 $
CA094 Orange County 497,576 $
CA096 Shasta 411,125 $
CA104 Anaheim 371,722 $
CA106 City of Redding 851,557 $
CA111 Santa Monica 598,920 $
CA117 Pico Rivera 39,564 $
CA132 Oceanside 498,835 $
CA151 El Dorado 197,224 $
CO095 Garfield County Hous Auth 340,294 $
CT001 Bridgeport 94,612 $
FL005 Miami Dade 1,719,067 $
FL016 Sanford 7,247 $
FL020 Brevard 30,705 $
FL070 Alachua County HA 225,233 $
GA009 Brunswick 4,244 $
IA022 Iowa City HA 121,751 $
IA024 Cedar Rapids 151,072 $
IA049 Muscatine 69,096 $
IA107 Fort Dodge Municipal Hous Agcy 10,574 $
IA108 Mason City 13,654 $
ID013 Boise City 112,785 $
ID021 Ada County 73,801 $
IN026 Elkhart HA 13,617 $
IN043 Canelton Hous Auth 39,976 $
IN092 Logansport 151,560 $
LA192 City of Villa Plate 17,049 $
MA181 Sandwuch Hous Auth 3,394 $
MD021 St Mary's HA 3,942 $
ME018 Old Town Hous Auth 35,403 $
MN174 Hous & Redev Auth of Yellow Medicine Cty 9,000 $
NC012 Hous Auth of Winston¥Salem 1,465,935 $
NC022 HA of Greenville 5,407 $
NC161 Isothermal 159,497 $
ND022 Barnes County 22,645 $
NE001 Omaha Hous Auth 1,256,398 $
NH007 Laconia 35,748 $
NJ067 Bergen County Hous Auth 3,395,043 $
NV002 HA City of Las Vegas 1,034,120 $
NY012 Troy HA 5,514 $
NY110 City of New York Hous Preservation Dept 5,527,996 $
NY522 Town of Jay 23,675 $
NY541 Village of Walton 979 $
OH003 Cuyahoga Metro Hous Auth 80,147 $
OH006 Lucas Metropolitan HA 46,061 $
OH016 Mansfield 8,206 $
OH030 Huron 4,015 $
OH080 Preble Metro HA 123 $
OR034 Central Oregon 9,814 $
RQ062 Municipality of Cidra 193 $
SC024 S. Carolina Regional 3 723 $
TN001 Memphis Hous Auth 2,746,202 $
TN026 Etowah 229 $
TN054 Cleveland PHA 172 $
TN903 Tennessee Hsg Dvelopment 85,732 $
TX009 Dallas 4,152,867 $
TX017 Galveston 1,791,040 $
TX034 Port Arthur 4,238,053 $
TX065 Harlingen HA 1,777 $
TX173 Port Isabel 1,335 $
TX445 Hidalgo Hous Auth 20,159 $
VA014 Harrisonburg Redev and Housing Auth 801,697 $
VA023 Staunton Redev and Housing Auth 42,181 $
VA045 Martinsville 39,480 $
WA007 Longview 70 $
WA055 Spokane 14,826 $
WI047 Sheboygan 1,617 $
WI146 Hartford Community Development 82,742 $
WI207 Eau Claire 64,028 $
WV018 Bluefield 742 $
WV034 Grant County HA 169 $
WV037 HA of the City of Mingo County 360,166 $
TOTAL 58,579,027 $

ADDITIONAL LEASING
PHA
Number PHA Name Funding
AL049 HA GREATER GADSDEN 27,592 $
AL055 HA CORDOVA 18,459 $
AL091 HA ARAB 5,496 $
AL105 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF TALLE 2,829 $
AL107 HA ELBA 2,432 $
AL116 HA YORK 6,775 $
AL129 HA WALKER COUNTY 6,525 $
AL165 HA FOLEY 118,965 $
AZ037 CITY OF DOUGLAS HSG AUTH 44,242 $
CA004 CITY OF LOS ANGELES HSG AUTH 7,789,216 $
CA070 COUNTY OF PLUMAS HOUSING AUTHORITY 138,792 $
CA106 CITY OF REDDING HSG AUTH 348,236 $
CA144 LAKE COUNTY HOUSING COMMISSION 62,033 $
CA146 NEVADA COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 5,550 $
CO048 CITY OF ENGLEWOOD HOUSING AUTHORITY 24,930 $
CT001 BRIDGEPORT HOUSING AUTHORITY 822,118 $
CT058 PLAINFIELD H A 6,941 $
FL025 HA OF THE CITY OF TITUSVILLE 217,715 $
FL032 HA OCALA 162,583 $
FL062 PINELLAS COUNTY H/A 750,872 $
FL070 HA ALACHUA COUNTY 345,789 $
FL075 CLEARWATER H/A 517,184 $
GA002 HA SAVANNAH 245,089 $
HI003 CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU 106,522 $
IA047 FT MADISON HSG AUTH 25,831 $
IA127 NORTH IOWA REGIONAL HOUSING AUTH 65,416 $
ID901 IDAHO HOUSING AND FINANCE ASSOCIATION 368,851 $
IL026 WAUKEGAN HOUSING AUTHORITY 251,940 $
IN003 FORT WAYNE HA¥CITY OF FORT WAYNE 311,157 $
IN041 MARION HOUSING AUTHORITY 84,105 $
KS002 TOPEKA HOUSING AUTHORITY 67,119 $
KS073 NEWTON HOUSING AUTHORITY 3,031 $
KS161 SEK¥CAP, INC 185,826 $
KY003 FRANKFORT HOUSING AUTHORITY 93,780 $
KY026 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF GLASGOW 192,552 $
KY137 PADUCAH HOUSING AUTHORITY 113,604 $
KY163 LAKE CUMBERLAND HOUSING AUTHORITY 51,566 $
LA172 CALCASIEU PARISH POLICE JURY 64,001 $
LA181 ST JOHN THE BAPTIST PARISH HA 49,673 $
LA196 UNION PARISH POLICE JURY 17,842 $
MA005 HOLYOKE HOUSING AUTHORITY 134,848 $
MA018 ATTLEBORO HSG AUTHORITY 12,244 $
MA123 WEBSTER HOUSING AUTHORITY 13,771 $
MA170 NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH HSG AUTHORITY 59,722 $
MA174 SALISBURY HSG AUTHORITY 21,894 $
MD001 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ANNA 68,576 $
MD006 HAGERSTOWN HOUSING AUTHORITY 404,091 $
MD021 ST MARY'S COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 1,202,155 $
ME005 LEWISTON HOUSING AUTHORITY 128,479 $
ME027 ELLSWORTH HOUSING AUTHORITY 336,217 $
MI186 MONTCALM COUNTY HSG. COMM. 33,314 $
MN037 AITKIN COUNTY HRA 2,933 $
MN200 FARIBAULT COUNTY HRA 20,934 $
MO006 ST CHARLES HOUSING AUTHORITY 6,098 $
MO014 FULTON HOUSING AUTHORITY 36,104 $
MO053 EXCELSIOR SPRINGS HOUSING AUTHORITY 12,417 $
MO208 NEW MADRID COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORIT 4,164 $
MO209 CABOOL HOUSING AUTHORITY 3,267 $
NC004 KINSTON H/A 345,215 $
NC158 COUNTY OF HARNETT 53,399 $
ND030 BENSON COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 5,934 $
NH001 MANCHESTER HOUSING AUTHORITY 321,972 $
NH006 SOMERSWORTH HOUSING AUTHORITY 61,002 $
NJ006 PERTH AMBOY HOUSING AUTHORITY 4,331 $
NJ059 PLEASANTVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY 56,986 $
NJ067 BERGEN COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 279,998 $
NJ095 MONMOUTH COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 337,530 $
NM009 SANTA FE CIVIC HOUSING AUTHORITY 53,056 $
NY002 BUFFALO MUNICIPAL HOUSING AUTH 18,765 $
NY020 HA OF SARATOGA SPRINGS 34,112 $
NY022 HA OF COHOES 57,948 $
NY028 HA OF SCHENECTADY 44,778 $
NY045 KINGSTON HOUSING AUTHORITY 120,262 $
NY057 HA OF GREENBURGH 55,238 $
NY068 HA OF ONEONTA 36,200 $
NY079 HA OF GLENS FALLS 119,028 $
NY115 THE CITY OF WHITE PLAINS 128,614 $
NY123 CITY OF PEEKSKILL 201,308 $
NY148 VILLAGE OF SPRING VALLEY CDA 293,161 $
NY165 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF TUCKAHOE 1,574 $
NY404 CITY OF NIAGARA FALLS 37,394 $
NY419 VILLAGE OF SYLVAN BEACH 8,431 $
NY427 TOWN OF BETHLEHEM 3,565 $
NY430 TOWN OF NISKAYUNA 9,647 $
NY524 VILLAGE OF WATERVILLE 11,054 $
NY533 TOWN OF VERNON 3,120 $
NY542 TOWN OF WHITESTOWN 3,707 $
NY562 VILLAGE OF BALLSTON SPA 1,527 $
OH005 DAYTON METROPOLITAN HA 492,488 $
OH021 SPRINGFIELD MET.HA 22,155 $
OH027 MEDINA MHA 38,658 $
OH034 PERRY METRO HSG AUTHORITY 37,868 $
OH053 CLINTON METROPOLITAN HOUSING AUTH. 24,717 $
OH062 MIAMI METROPOLITAN HSG AUTH 58,773 $
OH077 CITY OF MARIETTA 153,536 $
OH080 PREBLE METROPOLITAN HOUSING AUTH 15,181 $
OR016 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF YAMHILL COUNTY 44,710 $
OR019 LINN¥BENTON HOUSING AUTHORITY 15,916 $
OR031 JOSEPHINE HOUSING COMMUNITY DEVELOP 289,409 $
PA006 ALLEGHENY COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 620,470 $
PA008 HARRISBURG HOUSING AUTHORITY 24,909 $
PA012 MONTGOMERY COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORI 593,880 $
PA024 EASTON HOUSING AUTHORITY 76,713 $
PA030 CARBONDALE HOUSING AUTHORITY 5,400 $
PA051 BUCKS COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 138,774 $
PA061 JEFFERSON COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 16,219 $
RI004 CENTRAL FALLS H A 158,332 $
RI006 CRANSTON H A 82,782 $
RI009 JOHNSTON HOUSING AUTHORITY 43,272 $
RI015 WEST WARWICK HOUSING AUTHORITY 44,293 $
RI016 COVENTRY HOUSING AUTHORITY 403,243 $
RI901 RHODE ISLAND HSG MORT FIN CORP 1,754,729 $
RQ012 MUNICIPALITY OF AGUADILLA 88 $
RQ032 MUNICIPALITY OF VEGA BAJA 87,847 $
RQ039 MUNICIPALITY OF HATILLO 4,765 $
RQ059 MUNICIPALITY OF AIBONITO 17,041 $
RQ074 MUNICIPALITY OF VIEQUES 9,770 $
SC001 H/A OF CHARLESTON 58,712 $
SC023 HA SUMTER 13,429 $
SD016 SIOUX FALLS HOUSING & REDEVELOPMENT C 477,662 $
SD055 VERMILLION HOUSING & REDEVELOPMENT C 15,121 $
TN003 KNOXVILLE COMMUNITY DEVEL CORP 128,646 $
TN007 HA JACKSON 288,721 $
TN054 HA CLEVELAND 25,901 $
TN065 HA MARYVILLE 18,234 $
TN903 TENNESSEE HOUSING DEV AGENCY 582,664 $
TX003 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF EL PASO 1,422,730 $
TX010 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF WACO 297,930 $
TX017 GALVESTON HOUSING AUTHORITY 334,856 $
TX046 MISSION HA 69,969 $
TX065 HARLINGEN HSG AUTHORITY 4,734 $
TX072 GAINESVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY 122,226 $
TX202 EDCOUCH HOUSING AUTHORITY 55,786 $
TX330 HSG AUTH CITY OF BRENHAM 260,398 $
TX367 KYLE HOUSING AUTHORITY 5,074 $
TX444 BOERNE HOUSING AUTHORITY 7,135 $
TX458 GRAYSON COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 40,330 $
TX472 AMARILLO HOUSING AUTHORITY 125,305 $
TX533 BALCH SPRINGS HOUSING AUTHORITY 12,209 $
TX564 ALAMO AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNME 23,477 $
VA001 PORTSMOUTH REDEVELOPMENT & H/A 228,616 $
VA005 HOPEWELL REDEVELOPMENT & H/A 25,323 $
VA017 HAMPTON REDEVELOPEMENT & HSG AUTH 915,505 $
VA022 WAYNESBORO REDEVELOPMENT & H/A 43,978 $
VA030 MARION REDEVELOPEMENT AND HSG AUTH 4,898 $
VA038 BIG STONE GAP REDEVELOPMENT AND 23,264 $
WA007 HOUSING AUTHORITY CITY OF LONGVIEW 20,604 $
WA057 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF WALLA 263,718 $
WA068 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF JEFFERSON COUNT 42,928 $
WI002 HA OF THE CITY OF MILWAUKEE 279,123 $
WI146 HARTFORD CDA 14,687 $
WI195 KENOSHA HOUSING AUTHORITY 134,196 $
WI201 WEST ALLIS CDA 17,184 $
WI213 OSHKOSH/WINNEBAGO COUNTY HA 253,565 $
WV018 HOUSING AUTHORITY CITY OF BLUEFIELD 23,636 $
WV037 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF MINGO COUNTY 244,961 $
TOTAL 31,136,636 $

PORTABILITY
PHA
Number PHA Name Funding
AL002 MOBILE HOUSING BOARD 128,030 $
AL047 HA HUNTSVILLE 14,610 $
AL086 HA JEFFERSON COUNTY 12,679 $
AR194 CRAWFORD COUNTY PUBLIC FACILITIES BOARD N 8,792 $
AR197 WHITE RIVER REGIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY 8,781 $
AR215 JOHNSON COUNTY SECTION 8 HSG AGENCY 3,186 $
AR223 PHILLIPS COUNTY PUBLIC HOUSING AGENCY 7,859 $
AZ001 CITY OF PHOENIX 107,845 $
AZ005 CITY OF MESA 41,469 $
CA008 HOUSING AUTHORITY COUNTY OF KERN 105,172 $
CA019 COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO HSG AUTH 228,901 $
CA026 COUNTY OF STANISLAUS HOUSING AUTH 31,183 $
CA044 YOLO COUNTY HSG AUTHORITY 16,218 $
CA053 KINGS COUNTY HOUSING AUTH 13,591 $
CA061 CITY OF CRESCENT CITY HSG AUTH 37,744 $
CA062 CITY OF ALAMEDA HOUSING AUTHORITY 58,804 $
CA070 COUNTY OF PLUMAS HOUSING AUTHORITY 31,539 $
CA106 CITY OF REDDING HSG AUTH 75,696 $
CA125 CITY OF VACAVILLE 34,920 $
CA128 CITY OF ROSEVILLE 35,184 $
CA131 COUNTY OF SOLANO HSG AUTH 300 $
CA913 CALIFORNIA DEPT OF HSG AND COMM DEV 16,332 $
CO051 GRAND JUNCTION HSG AUTH 25,700 $
CO058 ADAMS COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 110,341 $
CT006 WATERBURY HOUSING AUTHORITY 65,290 $
CT009 MIDDLETOWN HOUSING AUTHORITY 7,311 $
CT041 FARMINGTON H A 13,079 $
CT047 NAUGATUCK HOUSING AUTHORITY 441 $
FL002 ST. PETERSBURG H/A 11,518 $
FL007 HA DAYTONA BEACH 48,053 $
FL024 ORMOND BEACH HSG AUTH 4,000 $
FL062 PINELLAS COUNTY H/A 50,906 $
FL106 LAKE CO. HOUSING AGENCY 22,085 $
FL113 VOLUSIA COUNTY SECTION 8 29,700 $
FL128 HA LEE COUNTY 1,899 $
GA002 HA SAVANNAH 37,778 $
GA004 HA COLUMBUS GA GEN FUND ACCT CONSL 87,114 $
HI002 COUNTY OF HAWAII 1,006 $
IA022 CITY OF IOWA CITY 69,392 $
IA024 CITY OF CEDAR RAPIDS 32,904 $
IA045 CITY OF DAVENPORT, IOWA 3,504 $
IA049 CITY OF MUSCATINE HOUSING AUTHORITY 11,990 $
IA050 WATERLOO HOUSING AUTHORITY 16,804 $
IA117 SOUTHERN IOWA REG HSG AUTHORITY 37,536 $
IA122 REGIONAL HSG AUTH ¥ VOUCHER XII 39,413 $
ID013 BOISE CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY 948 $
ID021 ADA COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 18,856 $
ID901 IDAHO HOUSING AND FINANCE ASSOCIATION 76,734 $
IL014 HSG AUTHORITY FOR LASALLE COUNTY 7,191 $
IL032 WHITESIDE COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 5,096 $
IL090 AURORA HOUSING AUTHORITY 78,304 $
IN019 MICHIGAN CITY HA 12,086 $
KS002 TOPEKA HOUSING AUTHORITY 22,569 $
LA009 ASCENSION PARISH SEC.8 HSG. AGENCY 6,192 $
LA023 ALEXANDRIA HSG AUTHORITY 19,740 $
LA101 DENHAM SPRINGS HOUSING AUTHORITY 7,733 $
LA103 SLIDELL (CITY) HSG. AUTHORITY 20,578 $
LA199 PORT ALLEN (CITY OF) 14,225 $
LA202 DONALDSONVILLE (CITY OF) SEC.8 HSG.AGENCY 1,262 $
LA204 WEST BATON ROUGE PARISH COUNCIL, SEC.8 12,353 $
LA205 NEW ROADS (TOWN OF) 10,274 $
LA214 IBERVILLE PARISH COUNCIL 6,407 $
LA238 COVINGTON HOUSING AUTHORITY 755 $
MA039 WINCHENDON HOUSING AUTHORITY 2,785 $
MA046 BARNSTABLE HSG AUTHORITY 25,343 $
MD006 HAGERSTOWN HOUSING AUTHORITY 30,885 $
MD021 ST MARY'S COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 36,733 $
MD033 BALTIMORE CO. HOUSING OFFICE 192,688 $
ME007 AUBURN HSG AUTHORITY 46,164 $
MN001 ST PAUL PHA 36,693 $
MN007 VIRGINIA HRA 19,431 $
MN038 ST. CLOUD HRA 26,394 $
MN101 MORA HRA 7,302 $
MN164 CLAY COUNTY HRA 13,186 $
MO002 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF KANSAS CITY, MISSOUR 160,174 $
MO004 ST. LOUIS COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 59,446 $
MO007 COLUMBIA HOUSING AUTHORITY 7,986 $
MO074 SEDALIA HOUSING AUTHORITY 19,247 $
MO193 WESTON HOUSING AUTHORITY 10,732 $
MO199 LINCOLN COUNTY PUB HSG AGENCY 143,549 $
MO203 ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY PH AGENCY 20,881 $
MO205 FRANKLIN COUNTY PUBLIC HSG AGENCY 15,090 $
MO216 DALLAS COUNTY PHA 9,345 $
MO227 HOUSING ASSISTANT PROGRAM OF ST. CHARLES 9,924 $
MT033 MISSOULA HOUSING AUTHORITY 8,196 $
MT901 MT DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 23,260 $
NC006 HA HIGH POINT 3,756 $
NC012 HA WINSTON¥SALEM 47,343 $
ND014 FARGO HOUSING AND REDEVELOPMENT AUTHOR 30,816 $
ND030 BENSON COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 5,433 $
ND044 PEMBINA COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 26,635 $
NH901 NEW HAMPSHIRE HOUSING FINANCE AUTH 30,833 $
NJ009 JERSEY CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY 118,083 $
NJ059 PLEASANTVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY 1,904 $
NJ067 BERGEN COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 55,170 $
NJ068 DOVER HOUSING AUTHORITY 40,252 $
NM002 CLOVIS HOUSING AUTHORITY 7,560 $
NM009 SANTA FE CIVIC HOUSING AUTHORITY 8,340 $
NM067 REGION V HOUSING AUTHORITY 39,391 $
NV002 CITY OF LAS VEGAS HSG AUTH 49,016 $
NY012 HA OF TROY 20,724 $
NY027 CITY OF OSWEGO 2,996 $
NY028 HA OF SCHENECTADY 77,080 $
NY041 ROCHESTER 110,964 $
NY048 HA OF GLOVERSVILLE 9,464 $
NY091 TOWN OF AMHERST 79,950 $
NY408 TOWN OF COLONIE 9,433 $
NY430 TOWN OF NISKAYUNA 1,445 $
NY443 CITY OF UTICA 37,243 $
NY538 VILLAGE OF CORINTH 1,278 $
NY557 TOWN OF COEYMANS 3,746 $
NY561 TOWN OF STILLWATER 4,662 $
NY562 VILLAGE OF BALLSTON SPA 7,063 $
NY630 VILLAGE OF WATERFORD 2,694 $
OH003 CUYAHOGA MHA 116,388 $
OH004 CINCINNATI METROPOLITAN HSG.AUTH. 19,016 $
OH006 LUCAS MHA 49,782 $
OH007 AKRON MHA 57,579 $
OH008 TRUMBULL MHA 12,405 $
OH012 LORAIN MHA 34,311 $
OH015 BUTLER MET.HA 13,522 $
OH016 MANSFIELD MHA 14,255 $
OH018 STARK METROPOLITAN HOUSING AUTH. 18,508 $
OH021 SPRINGFIELD MET.HA 34,317 $
OH022 GREENE METRO HSG AUTH 3,213 $
OH024 CHILLICOTHE MET HA 6,427 $
OH028 ERIE MHA 7,602 $
OH030 HURON MHA 2,076 $
OH033 CAMBRIDGE METROPOLITAN HSG. AUTH. 4,450 $
OH036 WAYNE MHA 7,042 $
OH041 ATHENS MET HA 1,710 $
OH043 LICKING METRO HA 3,177 $
OH045 DARKE COUNTY METROPOLITAN HSG 5,796 $
OH049 WARREN MET.HA 8,127 $
OH053 CLINTON METROPOLITAN HOUSING AUTH. 6,171 $
OH054 SANDUSKY MHA 11,400 $
OH058 MONROE METRO HOUSING AUTHORITY 21,115 $
OH059 PICKAWAY METROPOLITAN HOUSING AUTH. 11,968 $
OH060 PIKE METROPLITAN HA 5,070 $
OH069 NOBLE METROPOLITAN HA 20,513 $
OH070 FAIRFIELD MHA 9,058 $
OH076 MARION METRO HOUSING AUTHORITY 8,563 $
OH079 DELAWARE METRO HOUSING AUTHORITY 4,585 $
OR002 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF PORTLAND 63,966 $
OR014 MARION COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 23,664 $
OR017 KLAMATH HOUSING AUTHORITY 1,161 $
OR028 NORTHWEST OREGON HOUSING AGENCY 18,637 $
OR034 CENTRAL OREGON REGIONAL HOUSING AUTHORI 24,336 $
PA004 ALLENTOWN HOUSING AUTHORITY 9,356 $
PA009 READING HOUSING AUTHORITY 3,965 $
PA022 YORK CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY 9,121 $
PA028 MONROE COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 5,710 $
PA067 CARBON COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 6,904 $
RI001 PROVIDENCE H A 57,921 $
RQ008 MUNICIPALITY OF PONCE 6,077 $
RQ014 MUNICIPALITY OF CAROLINA 39,354 $
RQ018 MUNICIPALITY OF CAYEY 5,374 $
RQ020 MUNICIPALITY OF ARECIBO 14,264 $
RQ029 MUNICIPALITY OF MARICAO 1,313 $
RQ073 MUNICIPALITY OF AGUADA 9,903 $
RQ074 MUNICIPALITY OF VIEQUES 9,129 $
SC001 H/A OF CHARLESTON 24,248 $
SC027 HA FLORENCE 24,719 $
SC031 HA CHERAW 11,925 $
SC911 S C STATE HOUSING FINANCE & DEV 30,999 $
SD037 MILBANK HOUSING & REDEVELOPMENT COMMIS 8,048 $
TN003 KNOXVILLE COMMUNITY DEVEL CORP 66,370 $
TQ901 MARIANA ISLANDS HOUSING CORP. 6,648 $
TX003 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF EL PASO 22,261 $
TX008 CORPUS CHRISTI HOUSING AUTHORITY 9,269 $
TX009 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF DALLAS 16,390 $
TX017 GALVESTON HOUSING AUTHORITY 104,606 $
TX072 GAINESVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY 5,763 $
TX264 GEORGETOWN HOUSING AUTHORITY 16,571 $
TX327 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF ABILENE 42,422 $
TX349 WEATHERFORD HOUSING AUTHORITY 7,285 $
TX381 LA GRANGE HOUSING AUTHORITY 5,650 $
TX431 TARRANT COUNTY HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRA 20,929 $
TX433 ARLINGTON HOUSING AUTHORITY 177,934 $
TX434 GRAND PRAIRIE HSNG & COMM DEV. 11,349 $
TX459 LONGVIEW HSG. & COMM. DEVELOPMENT 13,464 $
TX481 PANHANDLE COMMUNITY SERVICES 7,184 $
TX482 CENTRAL TEXAS COUNCIL OF GOVTS 182,141 $
TX559 DALLAS COUNTY HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 4,318 $
UT004 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF SALT LAKE CITY 23,089 $
UT020 TOOELE COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 1,399 $
VA003 NEWPORT NEWS REDEVELOPMENT & HA 52,097 $
VA017 HAMPTON REDEVELOPEMENT & HSG AUTH 8,058 $
VQ901 VIRGIN ISLANDS HOUSING AUTHORITY 56,889 $
WA020 KELSO HOUSING AUTHORITY 47,504 $
WA042 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF YAKIMA 83,969 $
WA054 PIERCE COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 199,124 $
WI002 HA OF THE CITY OF MILWAUKEE 35,976 $
WI085 ANTIGO HA 6,916 $
WI146 HARTFORD CDA 753 $
WI248 CHIPPEWA CO. HOUSING AUTHORITY 23,616 $
WI901 WISCONSIN HOUSING & ECONOMIC 13,852 $
WY004 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF CASPER 24,408 $
TOTAL 6,053,058 $
GRAND TOTAL 100,000,000 $