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Top 10 Blog Posts of 2014

As we look back over 2014 and the fun year it has been, let’s take a look at the 10 most popular blog past from the PHA Technology blog site (click the link to read the article): 177 more words


Las Posadas - An annual tradition

Las Posadas is a pre-Christmas tradition in some Latin-American communities. Mary and Joseph search the neighborhood for shelter, knocking on doors until they are accepted into a home. 151 more words

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Perry Park Dedicated in Commissioner’s Memory

The St. Petersburg Housing Authority (SPHA) recently held a ceremony to dedicate the playground area of Clearview Park Apartments, 3200 37th Avenue North in St. Petersburg, as Perry Park. 200 more words

Darrell Irions

Today, so far...

First of all, Chag Chanukah Sameach! I hope all who also celebrate this miraculous festival have a joyful one! I will admit, this time last year I was sure, or at least extremely hopeful that I’d be lighting the menorah in my own home for the first time. 347 more words

City Council Looks Into Lighting And Safety In Wake Of Akai Gurley Death

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The New York City Council Committee on Public Housing held a hearing Tuesday in response to the death of Akai Gurley, 529 more words


Akai Gurley's Death Shines Harsh Light On Vertical Patrols In Public Housing

NEW YORK — The stairways inside many of New York City’s public housing projects are dark when police patrol them, the lights in disrepair like so much else in the buildings. 139 more words


Ductless system combats energy price hikes

MARLBOROUGH, MASS. — On November 1, 2014, New England businesses and residents that draw power from National Grid utility saw a 40 percent jump in the cost per kilowatt hour. 378 more words

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