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PUBLIC NOTICE City of Grand Forks Proposed Public Housing Agency Plan The public is invited to comment on the proposed 2007 Public Housing Agency Annual Plan. The PHA Plan is a comprehensive guide to public housing agency policies, programs, oper...

PUBLIC NOTICE City of Grand Forks Proposed Public Housing Agency Plan The public is invited to comment on the proposed 2007 Public Housing Agency Annual Plan. The PHA Plan is a comprehensive guide to public housing agency policies, programs, operations, and strategies for meeting local housing needs and goals. There are two parts to the Public Housing Agency Plan: the 5-Year Plan, which each Public Housing Agency submits to HUD once every 5th Public Housing Agency fiscal year, and the Annual Plan, which is submitted to HUD every year. The Grand Forks Housing Authority will hold a public hearing to receive comments on the proposed Annual Plan on Thursday June 7 at 9:00 AM at the Office of Urban Development, 1405 1st Avenue North. After that time, the Plan will be submitted to HUD for review. A copy of the draft plan may be seen at the Office of Urban Development. Written comments on the proposed Annual Plan will be accepted until Wednesday June 6, 2007. Alternative formats or special accommodations are available for persons with disabilities upon request. Requests for information and written comments should be sent to: Grand Forks Housing Authority 1405 1st Avenue North Grand Forks, ND 58203 Phone: 701-746-2545; TDD 711; Fax: 746-2548 (April 5, 12, 19, 2007)

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