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HUD Awards $23.6 Million to Wisconsin Homeless Programs
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HUD Awards $23.6 Million to Wisconsin Homeless Programs

99 local projects working to prevent and end homelessness

HUD Awards Nearly $520,000 to Help Low-Income Residents in Wisconsin Received Job Training and Employment
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HUD Awards Nearly $520,000 to Help Low-Income Residents in Wisconsin Received Job Training and Employment

“This funding will help individuals and their families access empowering resources to reach their full-potential,” said Antonio R. Riley, HUD Midwest Regional Administrator.

HUD and Justice Department Award $100,000 to Help Justice-Involved Youth in Milwaukee Find Jobs and Housing
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HUD and Justice Department Award $100,000 to Help Justice-Involved Youth in Milwaukee Find Jobs and Housing

Juvenile Reentry Assistance Program will reduce barriers to housing, jobs and education

HUD Awards $3.9 Million for Local Homeless Programs in Wisconsin
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HUD Awards $3.9 Million for Local Homeless Programs in Wisconsin

Funding support to 19 local homeless housing and service programs

HUD Awards Nearly $1.3 Million to Promote Jobs, Self-Sufficiency for Public Housing Residents in Wisconsin
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HUD Awards Nearly $1.3 Million to Promote Jobs, Self-Sufficiency for Public Housing Residents in Wisconsin

“Today, we make an affirmative investment in families living in public housing to help them build a brighter future for themselves and their children,” said HUD Secretary Julián Castro.

HUD Awards Nearly $20 Million for Local Homeless Programs in Wisconsin
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HUD Awards Nearly $20 Million for Local Homeless Programs in Wisconsin

Funding renews support to local homeless housing and service programs

HUD Awards Nearly $17 Million to Improve, Preserve Public Housing in Wisconsin
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HUD Awards Nearly $17 Million to Improve, Preserve Public Housing in Wisconsin

Housing authorities will use funding to modernize housing for families, seniors

HUD Awards Nearly $607,000 to Help Low-Income Residents in Wisconsin Find Employment and Job Training
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HUD Awards Nearly $607,000 to Help Low-Income Residents in Wisconsin Find Employment and Job Training

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded nearly $607,000 to housing agencies across the state through the Family Self-SufficiencyProgram.

Homelessness in Wisconsin Remained Stable in 2015
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Homelessness in Wisconsin Remained Stable in 2015

In Wisconsin, local communities reported a total 6,057 persons experienced homelessness, representing a 4.4% decline since 2010.

HUD Grant for Northwest Side Fuels Skepticism

HUD Grant for Northwest Side Fuels Skepticism

$30 million grant could help transform Westlawn, but will city hire low-income residents as required?

HUD Awards Nearly $825,000 to the Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council
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HUD Awards Nearly $825,000 to the Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council

Funds will be used to fight housing discrimination in Wisconsin

An End to Chronic Homelessness?

An End to Chronic Homelessness?

That's the aim of a new joint county/city venture led by Chris Abele.

HUD Awards Nearly $18,000 in Additional Housing Counseling Grants in Wisconsin
HUD Awards Over $1.3 Million to an HIV/AIDS Housing Program in Wisconsin
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HUD Awards Over $1.3 Million to an HIV/AIDS Housing Program in Wisconsin

Funding supports stable housing for individuals and families at risk for homelessness

HUD AwardsNearly $513,000 to Help 115 Homeless Veterans in Wisconsin Find Permanent Homes
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HUD AwardsNearly $513,000 to Help 115 Homeless Veterans in Wisconsin Find Permanent Homes

HUD-VASH vouchers to build on national effort to end veteran homelessness

HUD Awards Over $38,000 in Housing Counseling Grants in Wisconsin
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HUD Awards Over $38,000 in Housing Counseling Grants in Wisconsin

HUD establishing Housing Counseling Federal Advisory Committee

HUD Awards Over $2.5 Million to Provide Permanent Homes and Services to Extremely Low-Income People with Disabilities in Wisconsin
Milwaukee Developer Rick Barrett Announces Moderne High-Rise Now Fully Leased
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Milwaukee Developer Rick Barrett Announces Moderne High-Rise Now Fully Leased

Only six condominiums in the 30-story Moderne remain available, exceeding planned pace

The Roundup: Burke Gets Break
The Roundup

Burke Gets Break

The Supreme Court granted a stay Friday, and Burke’s trial is postponed.

Murphy’s Law: Antonio Riley’s Campaign Coffer Looks Mayoral
Murphy’s Law

Antonio Riley’s Campaign Coffer Looks Mayoral

News reports have made much of the money raised by Ald. Marvin Pratt and Ald. Tom Nardelli, speculating about their chances for mayor.

Murphy’s Law: Why The Mayor is Not Dead
Murphy’s Law

Why The Mayor is Not Dead

Back in the early 1980s, Milwaukee Magazine ran a scathing caricature of Mayor Henry Maier with the title "What Does This Man Do All Day?"