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public housing

Housing owned and operated by the government, usually for rental to lowincome families. Contrast with low-income housing, which is privately owned but government supported through a variety of incentives.

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Esping-Andersen's typologies are useful for understanding that housing policy is constituted within the ideological and discursive trajectories that underpin capitalist development.
The Housing Policy Board has public hearings on developments, but it's unusual for the council to do so, city officials said.
Donovan noted that the best things they can do to support multifamily and a balanced housing policy are to tackle land-use and zoning issues and remove regulatory barriers that prevent multifamily housing from being built.
On June 12, we announced the Housing Policy and it has been applied since July 1, adopting improvements in all housing plans.
In North America this book would also work well as a supplementary text at the senior undergraduate, or even graduate level as it does such an excellent job of outlining the basic issues that face us in that intransigent and interdisciplinary policy area which is housing policy.
Just as they thought the unthinkable for the 19th century, and embraced what was then a major shift in housing policy, so we must do today.
The amendment to the county housing policy was proposed by Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D.
Together, they have published a book, Opportunity and Progress: A Bipartisan Platform for a National Housing Policy, which offers 12 recommendations designed to preserve and expand programs that support individual access to opportunity.
Currently, Carleton College doesn't have any formal housing policy in place for transgender students, though a transgender box was recently added to the school's housing form.
Stephen Rudge, head of housing policy and services, estimates there are between 3,200 and 3,700 asylum seekers in Coventry.
I don't think race is a factor," said Paul Fischer, a Lake Forest College professor specializing in housing policy and urban politics.
5640, "a far-reaching housing bill," according to a statement by Larry McNickle, director, housing policy.

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