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2017 NEWS

12/2017 San Bernardino could add several community development, housing projects to 2017-18 plan
(The Sun)

12/2017 Affordable rentals opening called new era in Oceanside
(San Diego Union-Tribune)

11/2017 Anonymous donor steps up to match up to $100,000 in donations to Hope Through Housing Foundation
(The Sun)

11/2017 Why affordable housing is such a big challenge for the Inland Empire
(Daily Bulletin)

11/2017 Jeff Burum resumes leadership of Rancho Cucamonga-based affordable housing group
(Daily Bulletin)

10/2017 Seniors celebrate at Fall Festival, Fontana
(Foothills Reader)

10/2017 Oz, PonTell: Ravaged communities must rebuild for resiliency
(Houston Chronicle)

10/2017 Futurists urge local cities to make way for electric and autonomous vehicles — or else
(San Gabriel Valley Tribune)

10/2017 City’s first affordable housing apartment complex opens in Newhall
(The Santa Clarita Valley Signal)

9/2017 Next Phase of Waterman Gardens Revitalization Revealed
(Precinct Reporter)

9/2017 Waterman Gardens transformation continues with first 62 new apartments on site
(The Sun)

8/2017 Residents of The View apartments throw barbecue for police officers, firefighters
(The Downey Patriot)

7/2017 Waterman+Baseline Neighborhood Specific Plan Wins Major Regional Honors
(San Bernardino Community Connection)

5/2017 Builders construct diaper homes to support diaper need
(The Orange County Register)

5/2017 ‘A persistent and growing underclass’ in Orange County, report shows
(The Orange County Register)

4/2017 What’s so hard about building enough homes in Orange County?
(89.3 KPCC)

3/2017 Oceanside, Losing Ground On Affordable Housing, Touts New Units
(KPBS.org)

2/2017 San Bernardino, Calif., Public Housing Property Renovation Overcomes Adversity (pdf)
(Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits)

1/2017 Marv’s Place Earns Supportive Housing Project of the Year Award
(PasadenaNow)

1/2017 Welcome Home: Marv’s Place
(Pasadena Weekly)

1/2017 This Pasadena apartment complex is giving homeless families another chance
(Pasadena Star-News)

1/2017 Photo Gallery: Marv’s Place permanent supportive housing in Pasadena, CA
(Pasadena Star-News)

1/2017 Marv’s Place Gets Homeless Families Off The Streets of Pasadena and Into Permanent Housing
(PasadenaNow)

1/2017 This Pasadena apartment complex is giving homeless families another chance
(Pasadena Star-News)

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