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IHDA Board Appoints Governor’s Former Deputy Chief of Staff as Executive Director Gloria L....

CHICAGO, IL - September 21, 2009 - (RealEstateRama) -- Members of the Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) board today appointed Gloria L. Materre, former deputy chief of staff under Governor Pat Quinn, as executive director. IHDA is the state agency dedicated to financing affordable housing across the state. Materre succeeds DeShana L. Forney, who resigned to pursue other career opportunities.

Statewide Program to Award $15M to Help Low-Income Residents Afford Rent Payments

CHICAGO, IL - April 08, 2009 - (RealEstateRama) — Illinois’ innovative Rental Housing Support Program is entering a second year of helping low-income residents by providing nearly $15 million in additional grants to agencies and landlords across the state to lower rents to affordable levels.

Governor Blagojevich Announces $2 Million in Grants to Help Persons with Disabilities Stay in...

CHICAGO, IL - January 08, 2009 - (RealEstateRama) — Illinois is investing an additional $2 million to support the Home Modification Program, a statewide program that adds ramps, chair lifts and other features to homes so low-income seniors and residents with disabilities can continue to live in their communities, Governor Rod R. Blagojevich today announced.

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Investigation by CHA and HUD Inspectors General ends with guilty plea...

The Chicago Housing Authority will receive restitution for money stolen by a former contractor and her husband after the pair pleaded guilty to stealing funds intended for the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program, a crime that was exposed following an investigation by the CHA’s Office of the Inspector General.

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Make Your Garage Door Quieter

How to Make Your Garage Door Quieter

Did you know that the structural noise from a garage can be anywhere from 5 decibels to 20 decibels above the background noise levels? And if you are wondering how much change would a 20-decibel increase make, then consider this – with a rise of 20 decibels, the sound energy increases by a factor of 100!