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City Council steers public redevelopment money to nonprofits
C-VILLE Weekly Tuesday, January 15, 2013 at 12:01 a.m.

Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority officials weren’t surprised when the city reallocated $400,000 of their redevelopment funds to local nonprofits last week. A cash-strapped agency with a revolving door of leadership for over a decade, the housing authority is unable to use the money this year, and both sides agreed that other organizations with housing missions should use it instead. It’s a small step toward what could be a much closer relationship with the city moving forward, and the first of what could be many more public/private collaborations on the affordable housing issue.

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