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Housing authority board to met in May

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The Arlington Housing Authority (AHA) is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 19, via Zoom.

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Here is the meeting agenda:

1. Call to Order
2. Roll Call
3. Executive Directors Report
4. Approval of Menotomy Manor Exterior Facility and Outdoor Usage Policy
5. Approval of Certificate of Substantial Completion, Office Air Conditioning Project, Winslow
Towers 667-3, DHCD Project #010106
6. Approval of Extension for the Contract for Financial Assistance (CFA) for Ch. 689-2
7. Acceptance of DHCD Sustainability Award in the amount of $15,000 for the Menotomy Manor,
200-1/2, Flood Survey, DHCD Project #010110
8. Acceptance of DHCD Compliance Reserve Award in the amount of $57,195.00 for the Winslow
Towers, 667-3, Window Replacement Project, DHCD Project #010090.
9. Acceptance of Town of Arlington CDBG funding in the amount of $350,000 for the Hauser
Building Fire Alarm System Upgrade.
10. Acceptance of Town of Arlington ARPA funding totaling $2,654,000.00
11. Acceptance of DHCD ARPA Formula Funding totaling $906,131.00
12. Approval of Submission of Climate Ready Housing Program Application.
13. Approval of Regular Meeting Minutes of 3/16/2022
14. Approval of Annual Meeting Minutes of 4/21/2022
15. Approval of Regular Meeting Minutes of 4/21/2022
16. Public Participation
a. Local Tenants Organizations – Presidents Report on Tenant Activities
b. General Public – Requests Received to Comment/Present to the Board
17. Motion to Adjourn

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According to the expanded guidelines posted on the housing authority’s website, citizens “wishing to present during public participation must complete the required form on the AHA website and submit this completed form along with any supporting data to the AHA by 5 p.m. Thursday, prior to each regularly scheduled board meeting.”


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