Fayette Alliance joins resolution asking Mayor Gray and the Council to double annual funding to the Affordable Housing Trust Fund The Affordable Housing Trust Fund has made a good start since being created in 2014. Under Rick McQuady’s leadership, the Fund is making steady progress on providing safe affordable housing for working families. However, continued […]
The LFUCG FY 2016 $324 million budget creates a transformational opportunity to invest in infrastructure and services that sustainably grow our city and promote our farms in Lexington. LFUCG’s role as the government partner in this public-private sector effort will reap substantial economic, quality of life, and environmental returns today and in the future. In […]
Highlights of Mayor Gray’s proposed budget include: $22 million for restoring the old courthouse $10 million for Town Branch Commons $2 million for the Affordable Housing Trust Fund $1.15 million for the PDR program Mayor Jim Gray proposes spending for old courthouse, new park, raises, more police by Beth Musgrave, 4.7.15, Kentucky.com Lexington Mayor […]
Lexington council approves funding for housing trust fund and OKs tax increase on abandoned homes Herald-Leader Staff Report, 9.11.14, Kentucky.com Lexington’s Urban County Council voted 12-0 Thursday to approve funding and oversight for a city affordable housing trust fund. The council agreed to set aside $2 million for the fund, which will be used to […]
LFUCG Urban County Council unanimously voted to more forward with the Affordable Housing Fund and Governing Board. We’ll keep you apprised of any updates to this issue here at fayettealliance.com. Fayette Alliance supports the ordinance creating the Affordable Housing Fund and its Governing Board. Lexington must address its shortage of affordable housing for working families, […]
Former director of Kentucky Housing Corp. named city’s affordable housing manager by Beth Musgrave, 8.19.14, Kentucky.com A former chief executive of the Kentucky Housing Corp. has been named the city’s first affordable-housing manager. Richard McQuady, who worked for 28 years at the Kentucky Housing Corp. before retiring last year, will begin his job in September […]
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