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All things Red Line
While I’ve lived in Chicago more than 25 years, and ride transit almost every day, the idea of traveling from one end of a line to the other end had never occurred to me. So when my friend and colleague Kathleen Brown, Chairman of Investment Banking for the Midwest Region for Goldman Sachs,…
CHA opens Family Wait List for first time in more than a decade
For the first time in more than a decade, families in need of affordable housing will have the chance to add their names to the Chicago Housing Authority’s (CHA) Family Housing Wait List – the list used to fill CHA public housing rental units as they become available. This is a…
EAH is playing key role in Find Your Place in Chicago
February was a busy month for the Plan for Transformation sales agents as they attended several benefit fairs and employer-assisted housing (EAH) introductory events around the city of Chicago. The Chicago Housing Authority launched its EAH program, and approximately 50 employees came to hear…
CHA Plan for Transformation Update, December 2006
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This MPC update on the Chicago Housing Authority Plan for Transformation explored the status of workforce development for residents.

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