Fall 2011: Housing and Water: The Critical Connection

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Housing and Water: The Critical Connection

A joint issue of HAC's Rural Voices and the Rural Community Assistance Partnership's (RCAP) Rural Matters

    View From Washington

    USDA and the Obama Administration: Working to meet the needs of rural homeowners
    by USDA Rural Development Undersecretary Dallas Tonsager

    FEATURES

    Figuring It Out: Bringing Infrastructure to Affordable Housing Development Projects
    Infrastructure improvements can rapidly increase the cost of an affordable housing development.  HOPE shares strategies that have worked for them to fund these improvements.

    Former Pineapple Plantation Continues to Bear Fruit
    A Hawaii nonprofit partners with RCAP to save the affordable housing in Kunia after a pineapple producer leaves the town.

    A Housing and Water Project that is ‘A Gift From God’
    The community of Hobson Bay, Va. improved its infrastructure and housing stock dramatically with the help of Southeast RCAP.

    Persistence and Perseverance: Tackling Infrastructure Challenges in Northwest, North Carolina
    Comprehensive infrastructure development plans must take into account political and financial challenges that may impact even the most well thought-out project.

    Location, Location, Location: Developing the Morley Meadows Subdivision in Santaquin, Utah
    As with all housing development, location is key; however, when infrastructure is taken into account, location can be both an asset and a challenge.

    Creating Comfortable Housing for a Growing Population of Seniors
    How RCAP Solutions assembled the Townsend Woods project, the first LEED-certified HUD 202 senior development in Massachusetts.

    Keeping the Water Flowing in Rural America for 35 Years
    For 35 years, Community Resource Group has been working to insure access to clean, safe water for all rural Americans. 


       

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