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  • CTCAC Unveils Proposed LIHTC Changes

    The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee has released its proposed regulation changes for 2010.

  • Mercy Opens S.F. Project

    Mercy Housing California held a dedication ceremony for its new 10th & Mission Family Housing development in San Francisco.

  • BRIDGE Housing Names CEO

    Cynthia A. Parker, a regional president for Mercy Housing, has been selected as president and CEO of BRIDGE Housing, one of the largest affordable housing developers and owners in California.

  • Pop Quiz

    Matt Franklin is president of Mid-Peninsula Housing Coalition, one of California's leading nonprofit affordable housing developers.

  • L.A. Ranked Meanest to the Homeless

    Los Angeles is the meanest city in America when it comes to its treatment of the homeless, according to a new report by the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty and the National Coalition for the Homeless.

  • New Head of CDLAC Appointed

    SACRAMENTO, CALIF.—Sean L. Spear has been named executive director of the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee (CDLAC) by state Treasurer Bill Lockyer.

  • California Grabs Redevelopment Money

    A lawsuit is brewing in California over a state budget package that takes $2.05 billion from redevelopment agencies in the next two years.

  • California Distributes $67 Million in StimulusFunds

    The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee (CTCAC) will distribute $67 million in federal stimulus money to jump-start 14 affordable housing projects throughout the state.

  • New Development Serves Abused Seniors

    Abused seniors have a place to go with the opening of a project in Sacramento, Calif.

  • California Awards LIHTCs, Stimulus Funds

    California has awarded nearly $147 million in low-income housing tax credits to affordable housing developments that will create more than 4,862 units for low-income families and individuals across the state.