Homelessness in America

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Page 652 - ... through State, county, town, village, or other local and private action, including promotion of interstate, regional, and metropolitan cooperation; to encourage the maximum contributions that may be made by vigorous private homebuilding and mortgage lending industries to housing, urban development, and the national economy; and to provide for full and appropriate consideration, at the national level, of the needs and interests of the Nation's communities and of the people who live and work in...
Page 652 - Congress finds that establishment of an executive department is desirable to achieve the best administration of the principal programs of the Federal Government which provide assistance for housing and for the development of the Nation's communities; to assist the President in achieving maximum coordination of the various Federal activities which have a major effect upon urban, community, suburban, or metropolitan development...
Page 793 - Institute for Women's Policy Research 1400 20th Street, NW, Suite 104 Washington, DC 20036 (202) 785-5100...
Page 398 - For 19 years HAC has been providing technical housing services, seed money loans from a revolving fund, housing program and policy analysis, training and information services to local and State governments, nonprofit and private organizations involved in the production of housing in rural and small town America. This has given us, we believe, a grasp of both the housing need in rural America and the policies, programs and funding which are needed to meet that need.
Page 367 - It is clear, however, that the growth of housing assistance resources has failed to keep pace with the growth of low-income renter households. In 1974. 2.2 million renter households with incomes below $5,000 received no housing assistance. By 1987, this pool of eligible but unassisted renter households had grown to 3.2 million. Among households with incomes in the...
Page 868 - Statutes, and do hereby adopt the following articles of incorporation: First. The name of the corporation shall be Ivyton Oil & Gas Co.
Page 652 - A part of a piece of equipment or appliance used to insert or withdraw objects, or to activate, deactivate, or adjust the equipment or appliance (for example, coin slot, pushbutton, handle). Physically Handicapped. An individual who has 'a physical impairment, including impaired sensory, manual, or speaking abilities, which results in a functional limitation in access to and use of a building or facility.
Page 653 - ... the realization as soon as feasible of the goal of a decent home and suitable living environment for every American family...
Page 231 - Income assistance, energy assistance -- to national attention through a 55-city survey. That survey showed that the demand for emergency services had Increased In cities across the nation, and that on average only 43 percent of that demand was being met. Since that time the Conference has done numerous reports on hunger, homelessness and poverty In cities.
Page 59 - ... country with manufacturing, processing, growing, things where they can give jobs to their own people. Now, that is growing food, that is processing food, that is building highways, building some plants, even though they are very obsolete or small. USING OBSOLETE MACHINE TOOLS For example, one of the things I think we ought to do is to take the obsolete machine tools that the military own in this country and sell them on very, very long terms to these countries. We used these so-called obsolete...

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