Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
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Audio Feature: September 28 Affordable Housing Hudson Forum on the subject of Airbnb news
Sep 29, 2017
Click here to play or download audio of Airbnb: Who Are You and What Are You Doing To My City? presented by Affordable Housing Hudson. Recorded live Sep. 28, 2017, at the Hudson Boys and Girls Club, T...
Audio Feature: Affordable Housing meeting with Antonio Delgado news
Sep 05, 2019
Rep. Antonio Delgado answers questions at Bliss Towers about affordable housing, organized by Kamal Johnson. Click here to download or play the audio from this event.
Developer buys abandoned New Baltimore motel for affordable housing news
Apr 01, 2021
Melanie Lekocevic is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media Ulster County developer Stefan Sanzi and his business partner Gregory Bernardi have purchased the Budget Motel and adjacent buildings on Route...
Hudson Housing Authority appoints new executive director news
Mar 22, 2017
Rosa Acheson is reporting in the Register-Star the Hudson Housing Authority has a new executive director. Anthony Laulette starts his new job Mon., Mar. 27, after working for the Buffalo Housing Autho...
Hudson Housing Authority to lease space for cell towers news
Jun 24, 2019
Jeanette Wolfberg is reporting for The Columbia Paper the Hudson Housing Authority will lease space on the roof of Bliss Towers, for the purpose of installing cell towers. Alan Weaver, chairman of the...
Tenants, experts ponder fate of Bliss Towers news
Apr 18, 2010
Debora Gilbert in The Columbia Paper has a detailed story that also gets the big picture about Tuesday's meeting about the future of the Bliss Towers housing complex on N. 2nd St. in Hudson. Yet, like...
Prattsville hosts housing expo in March news
Jan 25, 2012
Prattsville is indeed rebuilding, after the devastating floods associated with Hurricane Irene last August. This March 3 the town is bringing in government, non-profit organizations, green building gr...
Senior housing proposed on Kinderhook/Valatie town line news
Sep 14, 2018
Logan Weiss reports in Columbia-Greene Media that there is a housing proposal in Kinderhook, for people 55 and up. Paul Calcagno Jr., CEO of PCJ Development in Kinderhook, introduced the housing prop...
Study finds housing and heating allowances inadequate news
Dec 03, 2015
Rick Karlin is reporting at Capitol Confidential the Empire Justice Center has released a report urging an increase in housing and heating allowances for those on public assistance. A study conducted...
AG unveils housing discrimination complaint portal news
Jan 28, 2020
Amanda Fries is reporting at Capitol Confidential state Attorney General Letitia James has launched an online portal for New York residents to report if, or when they experience housing discrimination...
Housing authority says no positive cases of coronavirus in public housing news
Apr 14, 2020
Abby Hoover and Nora Mishanec are reporting for Columbia-Greene Media there have been no positive cases of coronavirus at Bliss Towers, Columbia Apartments in Hudson or at Hop-o-Nose in Catskill, said...
Ulster County program will provide respite housing for those entering or leaving treatment news
Jul 04, 2021
The Daily Freeman is reporting Ulster County will allocate $80,000 through a partnership with Family of Woodstock to administer housing vouchers for local hotel stays for people entering or leaving su...
Rensselaer County gets $2.8 million for housing news
Oct 24, 2021
Joshua Solomon is reporting for the Times Union that on Oct. 22 Gov. Kathy Hochul announced $8.4 million for two Capital Region homeless housing developments for 148 permanent and transitional housing...
Ulster County forms housing action plan to deal with evictions news
Jan 16, 2022
MidHudson News is reporting Ulster County has established an Emergency Housing Action plan just as the state’s eviction moratorium is set to expire. Working in conjunction with the county sheriff’s of...
Local rallies decry possible loss of ACA news
Jan 17, 2017
Brian Hubert is reporting in the Daily Freeman more than 100 people turned out in Kingston Sun., Jan. 15, to protest the intention of president-elect Donald Trump and Congressional Republicans to repe...
NY working to stem insurance rate hikes news
Aug 14, 2015
Public News Service reports, "New York is just one state seeing some double-digit rate hike requests from health insurers under the Affordable Care Act. Obama administration officials are urging state...
Homelessness grows in Hudson Valley news
Dec 07, 2017
The Mid-Hudson News Network reports in the Daily Freeman reports a 24.1 percent increase in homelessness in Columbia and Greene counties last year, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urba...
It's Mort versus Simmons in Ghent supervisor race news
Oct 26, 2021
Melanie Lekocevic is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media Ghent candidates Mallory Mort, a Democrat, and Craig Simmons, a Republican, will face off in the November 2, race for town supervisor. Mort, 64...
Ravena housing project gets state aid news
May 20, 2019
The Albany Times Union reports that Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced May 17 that he was doling out $175.4 million for affordable housing developments across the state. That included $2.4 million for 28 hom...