We foster and promote low-rent public housing and other housing programs for low and moderate income families
Wisconsin Association of Housing Authorities’ (WAHA) purpose is “To foster and promote low-rent public housing and other housing programs for low and moderate income families, including elderly and handicapped, which provide a physical and social environment for the benefit of both the family and the community.”
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Items of Interest
New Executive Director Training
~Voucher Success Rate
~Public Housing Management Training
~2017 Capital Planning
~Financial (budgets, operating subsidy, financial reporting)
~Financial Regulatory Framework for the Low-Rent Public Housing
- Maintenance Technician – Appleton Housing Authority
- Loan Processor/Admin Assistant – Chippewa County Housing Authority
- Housing Operations Program Manager – CDA of Madison
- Admin Assistant/Occupancy Specialist – Sheboygan Housing Authority
- Property Manager – Grand View Townhomes, Appleton Housing Authority
A HANDBOOK FOR HOUSING AUTHORITY COMMISSIONERS
PBV Pre-Occupancy Checklist
HUD Presentations at WAHA Updated 11/2016
Clear Gains: Wisconsin’s Smoke-Free Housing Initiative
Calendar of Due Dates
WAHA MEMBERSHIPS | You have questions, we have answers.
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