After Heated Debate, Zoning Committee OKs Jefferson Park Housing PlanAt a sometimes raucous hearing, the Zoning Committee advanced controversial plans for a mixed-income apartment building in Jefferson Park.
Aldermen Want To Stop Segregation With Affordable Housing PlanSeveral North Side and Northwest Side aldermen say they plan to bring more affordable housing to their wards, to end what they say is continued segregation in the city.
HUD Secretary Troubled By CHA Hoarding MillionsThe Obama administration expressed concerns Wednesday about the millions of dollars in funds the Chicago Housing Authority has been hoarding in a great time of need, but said it appears problems are on their way to being solved.
Quinn Announces Efforts To Boost Development Of West Suburban Cook CountyGov. Pat Quinn on Saturday announced nearly $4.3 million in federal funding to increase affordable housing and stabilize communities in three west suburban Cook County communities.
Winnetka Affordable Housing Plan Draws Cheers, JeersIt was standing room only last night as the village board discussed an affordable housing plan in the upscale North Shore suburb of Winnetka.
Debate On Affordable Housing To Begin In WinnetkaThe village president of north suburban Winnetka is calling for a calm, thoughtful debate on the hot-button issue of affordable housing.
Winnetka Residents Spar Over Affordable HousingResidents of the wealthy North Shore suburb of Winnetka are debating a plan by the village to introduce affordable housing into the community.
Aldermen Want Tax Dollars For Affordable HousingDespite opposition from Mayor Daley’s office, Chicago aldermen are moving ahead with a plan to use up to $100 million in tax dollars a year to provide more affordable housing in troubled areas of the city.
Compromise Could Apply TIF To Affordable HousingSponsor argues money would go a long way toward rehabbing and inhabiting foreclosed properties.