More HADCO: Tenants Meetings, Travel Receipts +

Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 16 at 2:30 p.m. there will be a meeting for HADCO residents and supporters to discuss what just happened with the Annual Plan process, establishing the Residents Advisory Board (for next years plan) and ways to address concerns regarding the property actually owned and managed by HADCO, which includes the establishment of Residents Councils (RC) and other ways residents can solve their housing problems.  All Section 8 and public housing residents are invited and encouraged to attend.  This meeting will not involve HADCO staff.  So people can come and feel free to speak about what concerns them.  Form more info call CEA at: (541) 459-4077 or email: cea2day@yahoo.com.

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HADCO Executive Director Puts Agency 700% Over Travel Budget!

Check out CEA’s website www.cea4justice.org to see the income and expense statements for HADCO from September 2009 and January 2010.  They show HADCO is 700% and 688% (respectively) over budget on travel and training.   HADCO Commissioners should put in their Annual Plan that they will limit the amount the ED can authorize on such things.  

The HADCO Commissioners can do this on Monday, March 8 at 10 a.m. , which is the day and time three of the picked to reconvene the public hearing on their Annual Plan.   The public hearing will be held in the Meyer Center down the street from HADCO’s office.   You can also check out our website for info about the Plan and CEA’s input into it.

Take care,

HADCO Public Hearing Resumes March 8th

The public hearing regarding HADCO’s annual plan will resume on Monday, March 8 at 10 a.m. at the Meyer Center building off of Stanton Street in Roseburg.  

A public hearing is just that.  It is there for members of the public to comment about how our public housing authority is operated.  It is a time to ask for changes in policy to help the residents as well as increase affordable housing in our community.  It is time for our local PHA’s Board of Commissioners to listen to the community about how we want our public housing run. 

If you cannot attend, but have any recommendations and comments, send them to HADCO before Monday. 

If you want more information about the plan and our recommdations, contact us. 

Take care,