CHA To Offer 35 Units At Jaycee Towers I

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Chattanooga Housing Authority officials said arrangements are being made for the agency to offer 35 units at Jaycee Towers I on the Westside for low-income public housing.

CHA is to enter into an agreement with Dominium in a deal in which the private firm will receive a loan.

Also, CHA officials said a number of new units are being readied at Emma Wheeler Homes. Seventeen of those units have been set up for tenants.

The CHA occupancy rate stands at 97.46 with a goal of topping 98 percent.

Both Chairman Eddie Holmes and Vice Chairman Jim Sattler missed Tuesday's board meeting.

They were rewarded with new leadership terms.

Molly Cooper presided. 

 


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