Dignified Housing

Affordable Housing, Dignified Housing, slumlords, Mold, Crime

Immigrant Leaders Battle Mold, Crime and Slumlords in Dallas Apts.

Friday, December 4, 2015
Dallas Morning News

“It all started with a group of women,” said Dallas Area Interfaith (DAI) organizer Walker Moore, that “wanted to know what their rights were.”  With the guidance of DAI, the ladies went on to organize several meetings — at local churches and in apartments — to formulate a strategy to address mold, dilapidation and crime. Read more about Immigrant Leaders Battle Mold, Crime and Slumlords in Dallas Apts.

Dallas Area Interfaith

Mobile Home Regime, Mobile Home University, Dignified Housing

Austin Interfaith Wins Protections for Mobile Home Park Residents

Thursday, December 10, 2015
KXAN and Telemundo

Last July, Hidden Valley / High Meadows (mobile home) residents became distressed when lot rents for people on month-to-month leases were raised for the second time within a 12-month period.  New rules mandated improvements and standardizations — adding new costs to residents — including deck and railing upgrades, paint jobs, skirting repair, shed standardization, and control over inside window coverings. Read more about Austin Interfaith Wins Protections for Mobile Home Park Residents

Austin Interfaith

Public Housing, NYCHA, East Brooklyn, Metro IAF, Dignified Housing

Progress Seen on NYCHA Repairs in East Brooklyn

Monday, March 17, 2014
Brooklyn Bureau

Mary Smith had one problem, and then she had several. The heating in her living room at the Fiorentino Plaza Houses in East New York conked out about three years ago. Then her hot water went. She began hauling pots of hot water from the stove to her bathroom to bathe. But then she injured her neck and back in a fall, making the water-bearing impossible.... Read more about Progress Seen on NYCHA Repairs in East Brooklyn

EBC

East Brooklyn Congregations, Dignified Housing, Public Housing, NYCHA, Tenant Organizing

NYCHA Vows Brooklyn Fixes by Christmas -- Tenant Hopes to Use Toilet Without Umbrella

Sunday, November 24, 2013
NY Daily News

Residents from about 150 apartments from Brownsville to Canarsie to East New York confronted NYCHA Executive Vice President for Operations Carlos Laboy-Diaz during Nov. 18 meeting with list of problems including leaks, heat and rats... Read more about NYCHA Vows Brooklyn Fixes by Christmas -- Tenant Hopes to Use Toilet Without Umbrella

Metro IAF

NYCHA, Dignified Housing, East Brooklyn Congregations, Rev. Edward Mason, Blanch Romey

Pastor: NYCHA Makes Big Effort to Avoid Repairing Congregants' Apartments

Thursday, October 31, 2013
Daily News

My congregants in Brooklyn come from more than 20 NYCHA developments and bring a steady stream of horror stories about the agency’s lack of response or, even worse, aggressive resistance to complaints about poor service and dangerous conditions... Read more about Pastor: NYCHA Makes Big Effort to Avoid Repairing Congregants' Apartments

EBC