Tag: Mark Hendrickson

A.G. GancarskiMay 2, 2016
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8min282
A FloridaPolitics.com report on how exposure to Global Ministries Foundation properties tanked the Memphis municipal housing bond market did not escape the notice of Jacksonville City Council President-in-waiting Lori Boyer. In the Jacksonville City Council Finance Committee meeting Monday, Boyer wanted to know if dilapidated properties at places like Washington Heights and Eureka Garden could affect Jacksonville’s municipal housing bonds, […]

James CallFebruary 26, 2015
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4min191
Affordable housing advocates are building their case to protect funding during the 2015 Legislative Session. Thirty statewide organizations, including the Chamber, Florida Home Builders Association and The United Way, released a study Thursday calling for the full appropriation of housing trust funds. They want the money used to build homes working people can afford and provide […]

James CallFebruary 26, 2015
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4min171
Affordable housing advocates are building their case to protect funding during the 2015 Legislative Session. Thirty statewide organizations, including the Chamber, Florida Home Builders Association and The United Way, released a study Thursday calling for the full appropriation of housing trust funds. They want the money used to build homes working people can afford and provide […]


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