10 J. Affordable Hous. & Cmty. Dev. L. [i] (2000-2001)

handle is hein.journals/jrlaff10 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of
Affordable Housing
Community Development Law
VOLUME 10, NUMBER 1                                             FALL 2000
Forum   N ew s  and  V iew s  ..................................................................  1
Chair's Message
Initiatives for the New Year
Robert  U ngerleider  ....................................................................  3
Editor's Notes
Broadening the Conversation in Affordable Housing
R ochelle  E . Lento ........................................................................  4
Part I: Commentary
New York City's Housing Preservation and Development Experience
Richard  T. Roberts ...................................................................  10
Fair Housing Act Guidance Memorandum of Understanding
of the Treasury, HUD, and Justice Departments
Robert C. Jacobs and Ruth S. Sparrow  ........................................... 16
Beyond Housing: A Case Study of Combining Social Services
and Affordable Housing
Peter  W . Salsich, Jr .................................................................  20
Part II: Public Housing
Notes from the Inside: Thoughts about the Future of Public Housing
Robert  Solom on  ......................................................................... 34
Large PHAs and Their Regional Housing Markets: Time for
More Robust Advocacy for Affordable Housing
Lynn  E. Cunningham  .................................................................. 48
PHAs Engaged in Mixed-Finance Transactions: Material
Participation versus Significant Functions
Sherrod  Banks  ...........................................................................  54
Restructuring the Neighborhood: Public Housing Redevelopment
and Neighborhood Dynamics in Chicago
Larry  Bennett ........................................................................  72
About the Forum
Forum Officers, Governing Committee Members,
and  Com m ittee  Chairs  .............................................................  81
State  Com m ittee  Chairs  ............................................................... 83
Published by the American Bar Association Forum on
Affordable Housing and Community Development Law
in cooperation with the University at Buffalo Law School

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