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CONN-NAHRO offers a forum for public housing professionals who are dedicated to providing safe, decent and affordable housing for all Connecticut citizens, particularly those with very low, low and moderate incomes. We provide relevant training opportunities, timely housing information, and a strong professional network of resources. Our membership represents a strong group of housing professionals, housing providers, and industry partners. (See our Sponsors below.)
Our member housing authorities have the responsibility of managing or administering housing for 150,000 families and
individuals in over 62,000 housing units throughout the State of Connecticut. CONN-NAHRO is dedicated to providing increased
advocacy for effective and efficient housing policy and legislation that supports public housing. CONN-NAHRO works
with decision-makers at the local, state and federal levels to craft meaningful policy and legislation. Through the
power and expertise of its members, CONN-NAHRO has played a key leadership role in shaping housing policies and programs
in Connecticut that has preserved and protected this important affordable housing resource.
By joining CONN-NAHRO and our successful network of housing professionals and industry partners, you contribute to a
unified voice for public housing in Connecticut. Membership renewals are being accepted online now (see link under
The Latest News.)
CARES Act Funding Extension and Reporting Reqs Announced
On September 14, HUD issued Notice PIH-2020-24 titled “Extension of Period of Availability for CARES Act Supplemental Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher Funds, Guidance on CARES Act Financial Reporting Requirements (FDS and Quarterly Reporting), and Other CARES Act Provisions.” The notice provides information on CARES Act funding extensions, annual reporting, and quarterly reporting for PHAs that have received supplemental Operating Fund, Admin Fees, and Housing Assistance Payments (HAP) via the CARES Act. The notice also describes the reporting process PHAs must undertake for supplemental CARES Act funding. Read the full notice here.
FORE!! Next up - our John J. Kelly Annual Golf Outing
Thursday, September 24, 2020 - Chippanee Golf Course: 12:30 PM
Foursomes are sold out! Thank you to our title sponsors:
J.D'Amelia & Associates, Imagineers, LLC & Q A + M Architecture
Please review our Golf Rules here and reach out with any questions!
THANK YOU! for attending, sponsoring, speaking and exhibiting at our 2020 CONN NAHRO Virtual Annual Convention!
We truly appreciate all your efforts and support!
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Check out the latest edition of our CONN NAHRO Connections!
In this issue:
- CONN NAHRO Virtual Convention August 24 and 25
- Six Feet of Influence
- New Accounting Rules for Leases
- Preparing for the Impact of the CARES Act on PHA Audits
- Good News about Health and Wellness
Governor Lamont has issued Executive Order No. 7GGG, which provides for the following:
Authorization for Temporary Rental Housing Program
Effective immediately and for six months from the date of this order, unless earlier modified or extended, Sections 8-347, 8-347a and 8-348 of the Connecticut General Statutes and any associated regulations are modified to authorize the Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Housing to modify, waive or exempt certain provisions contained therein only to the extent necessary to create and administer a temporary program of rental housing assistance to benefit tenants who meet certain criteria to be established by the Commissioner, in consultation with the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management and Office of the Governor. Modifications and waivers to the rent bank program requirements, as well as fiscal information about the temporary program and assistance provided, shall be reported to the Office of Policy and Management and the Office of the Governor not later than the final Thursday of each month, beginning in August 2020, for the duration of the temporary relief program.
HUD releases PIH Waiver- 2020-13. On July 2, HUD released Notice PIH 2020-13 which provides relief to PHAs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic by extending current waivers and releasing new waivers to help ease administrative burden and provide safe, secure housing to low-income individuals. The CARES Act provided broad authority to HUD to provide waivers to PHAs to help them manage their properties and keep their residents safe during the pandemic. HUD released the first round of waivers on April 10. Through critical member feedback, NAHRO has consistently updated HUD on the need for additional waivers and flexibilities throughout the pandemic so that PHAs can better serve their residents and keep their staff safe.
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Alternatives to the State Police Background Check:
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National Credit Reporting
April edition of CONN NAHRO Connections!
Included in this edition:
- Tips for Emergency Management
- HUD Provides Flexibilities
- Committee Chatter
- Partners to Know
2020 Website Sponsorships are now available. Click here to renew or add your logo to CONN NAHRO!
For Connecticut Coronavirus updates and numbers click here.
Please click here to view the NERC NAHRO Coronavirus Resource page.
Additional resources re: COVID19 and housing guidelines can be found here:
National NAHRO - NAHRO
US Department of Housing & Urban Development - HUD
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - CDC
FBI updates on scams related to COVID - 19
Also, the CONN NAHRO staff is available to you:
Phone: (860) 430.4971 Email:: email@example.com
Stay safe and healthy and thank you for your continued support
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