May 26, 2016. The Courier-Journal.
Mayor Greg Fischer unveiled his budget plan Thursday, devoting $2.5 million toward the Affordable Housing Trust Fund, which has been woefully underfunded since its inception eight years ago.
“It is the largest investment in the fund’s history in our city,” Fischer said in an interview.
May 9, 2016. The Courier-Journal.
Mayor Greg Fischer will be given at least a thousand reasons to adequately support the Louisville Affordable Housing Trust Fund in his upcoming budget as community organizers plan a demonstration outside his office Tuesday morning.
May 5, 2016. The Topeka Capital-Journal.
Topeka JUMP, a consortium of 20 local churches, presented a proposal Thursday evening to create a fund dedicated to increasing access to safe and affordable housing.
“We are here to take action,” said Pam Ensley with JUMP.
May 1, 2016. Lawrence Journal-World.
The newest tenant of Rohan Ridge Apartments, Kayla Brown, broke conversation with a new neighbor late Tuesday afternoon when she spotted an old truck turn into the complex’s parking lot.
From her doorway, she had been watching for it, waiting.
April 25, 2016. Wave3News.
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) – New details are coming out about a possible mental health crisis care center coming to our community.
Members of CAJE, or Congregations Acting for Justice and Empowerment, discussed the issue at their annual action Monday night.