7 Sep

August 2018 Newsletter

Table of Contents Disparate Impact Anaylsis The Fight to Establish the Allegheny County Children’s Fund Continues Disparate Impact Analysis Last modified on 2018-09-01 12:47:13 GMT. 0 comments. Top. On June 20, 2018, HUD requested public comment on possible amendments to HUD’s 2013 implementation of the Fair Housing Act’s disparate impact _
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7 Sep

The Fight to Establish the Allegheny County Children’s Fund Continues

The Fight to Establish the Allegheny County Children’s Fund Continues as it Moves to the November Ballot after Receiving 63,499 Signatures from across All 130 Municipalities Over the summer, a coalition of ten Allegheny County organizations came together and has worked endlessly to introduce a voter referendum in the November _
by Kathryn Schlesinger
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1 Sep

Disparate Impact Analysis

On June 20, 2018, HUD requested public comment on possible amendments to HUD’s 2013 implementation of the Fair Housing Act’s disparate impact rule.[1]  Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 (The Fair Housing Act) prohibits discrimination in the sale, rental, or financing of dwellings and in other housing-related _
by Matt Sanders
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27 Jul

July 2018 Newsletter

Table of Contents Vacant House Renovated In Observatory Hill Through NCST First PCRG Developers Roundtable Recap City Council Approves Crosstown Blvd Park HUD Releases Evidence-Driven Publication on Regulatory Barriers to Affordable Housing PCRG Travels to Washington, D.C. to Discuss Fintech and the CRA Hey Pittsburgh: Let’s Talk about Environmental Justice _
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27 Jul

PCRG Travels to Washington, D.C. to Discuss Fintech & the CRA

  PCRG’s Executive Director, Ernie Hogan, travelled to Washington this month as part of an NCRC board delegation. This group of met with Federal Reserve Chairman, Jerome H. Powell and Federal Reserve Board Governor, Randal K. Quarles, Vice Chairman for Supervision. During this meeting, PCRG spoke of the importance of _
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27 Jul

HUD Releases Evidence-Driven Publication on Regulatory Barriers to Affordable Housing

The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s quarterly newsletter Evidence Matters recently released an entire issue dedicated to regulatory barriers to affordable housing. In just over 20 pages, HUD researchers put forth a compelling argument that well-intentioned zoning law place the value of community aesthetics and preferences over livability for LMI renters _