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Chiu wants S.F. to seize openings to lay Wi-Fi cable

San Francisco officials have long dreamed of a citywide free Wi-Fi network but so far have only been able to offer public Internet access at select locations such as parks and the airport. 301 more words


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It Takes A Nation D.C. is a social-commentary blog site whose main purpose is to fight to protect the human rights of public housing residents in the Washington D.C. 176 more words

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NightSide - Worcester Housing Authority Executive Director Ray Mariano

BOSTON (CBS) – Worcester Housing Authority Executive Director Ray Mariano thought he had developed a strong reform program for public housing residents in Worcester entitled, “A Better Life.” The program would have required able-bodied public housing residents to try to find a job or go to school to help improve their lives in order to maintain their public housing residence. 100 more words

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Domestic violence up at NYC public housing

NEW YORK (AP) — A new report finds that domestic violence at New York City’s public housing developments is on the rise and a key factor in the increase in crime there. 107 more words


Secession: the key to more affordable housing in cities?

By Judy Park, Analyst

Panelists at The Atlantic’s CityLab 2014 conference, held this past September, proposed the idea of home rule – or even more radically, city secession – as a potential solution for increasing affordable housing in cities. 827 more words


Egan: Bullets and public housing – hands on the trigger

It was a little after four on a sunny afternoon — a Friday in the fall, the weekend ahead, bright shining — kids were arriving from school, moms were looking out windows, teenagers waited at bus stops. 765 more words

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How Brooklyn's Largest Housing Project is Getting Their Residents Online

Go inside the community-led effort that’s giving 7,000 low-income people digital access — for free.

Like many public housing developments in New York City, the Red Hook Houses suffer from low broadband adoption rates and a lack of computer access.  210 more words