News from North Adams Housing Authority
The North Adams Fire Department, Police Department and Emergency Medical Services were called to Greylock Avenue at 5:10 p.m. on Friday night for a fire at the Greylock Valley Apartments.
An apartment block in the Greylock Valley Apartments was severely damaged by fire on Friday leaving at least several families homeless.
City boards and commissions provide an opportunity for service to North Adams residents who are willing to volunteer their time and to help recommend, manage, and make decisions regarding city programs, services, and developments.
The North Adams Housing Authority used CARES Act funding to replace out of service fire hydrants at the Greylock Apartments.
The Housing Authority is still waiting on the Sun Cleaners contamination report that is reportedly now 85 percent complete.
The Housing Authority has been given the ok to begin a Rental Assistance Demonstration conversion.
"The North Adams Housing Authority will receive $686,580 in federal Public Housing Capital Funds to make improvements to its properties. "
The North Adams Housing Authority seeks proposals from qualified banking institutions for a construction loan to fund construction of a community center at Greylock Valley Apartments, a federal housing development.
The 98-unit Millhouses of Adams apartment complex on Commercial Street has joined a growing movement in Berkshire County by going "smoke-free."
The North Adams Housing Authority staff is dealing with a "substandard management" notice it received relating to the 2010-11 fiscal year, but Executive Director Jennifer Hohn said that issue -- along with others she said she and her staff inherited -- have been vigorously addressed.
Justice Department Reaches Settlement Agreement with City of North Adams, Mass., to Ensure Civic Access for People with Disabilities
The United States Justice Department announces an agreement with the city of North Adams, Mass., to improve access for people with disabilities to civic life in North Adams.
The North Adams Housing Authority is breaking ground in more ways than one by using $3.2 million through HUD to enter into an energy performance contract to retrofit its 306 residential units.