Fire Safety

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Going Smoke-Free in Subsidized Housing Could Save Millions

CDC study shows banning smoking in all federally subsidized housing would save almost $500 million in health care and housing-related costs. Read more

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Fire Damages TNDC Building

A fire severely damaged the Franciscan Towers, which houses 113 low-income individuals and the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp. (TNDC) corporate offices in San Francisco on Tuesday. Read more

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2001 Tax Credit Compliance Rules

The biggest change the IRS made with the 2001 tax credit compliance requirements is mandate that not only 20% of files in a project be reviewed, but also that the same units be physically inspected each year Read more

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Fire Destroys Seniors Development Under Construction

Greece, N.Y.— A four-alarm fire tore through a construction site here Jan. 24, collapsing part of an affordable seniors housing complex that had been just months away from its grand opening. Read more

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Apartments Burn at Riverwalk at Millennium

Conshohocken, Pa.—A construction site turned into an inferno on the evening of Aug. 13, burning two nearby apartment buildings to the ground and leaving hundreds of residents homeless. Read more

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