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Mansfield Housing Authority

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In 1974, the Town Council of Mansfield, in accordance with State Statutes and a Council resolution declaring the need for a Housing Authority, appointed a board of five Commissioners to deal with the following problems:

The need for attractive, affordable, safe and sanitary housing for independent elderly citizens sixty-two years of age and older.

The need for attractive, affordable, safe, and sanitary housing for low-income and moderate-income families, irrespective of age.

Early in 1975, the Commissioners of the Housing Authority, in keeping with the Town Council’s charge, defined their objectives as follows:

To seek State funds for the purpose of acquiring land, sewer, and water facilities and to construct affordable housing for independent elderly citizens sixty-two years of age and older.

To seek federal funds for the purpose of providing a HUD rent subsidy program for low-income and moderate-income families in the Mansfield area.

To develop innovative programs and activities in the housing area for the people of Mansfield at large.

In 1974, the Town Council of Mansfield, in accordance with State Statutes and a Council resolution declaring the need for a Housing Authority, appointed a board of five Commissioners to deal with the following problems:

The need for…

Issue Areas Include

  • Community Development
  • Family
  • Housing & Homelessness

Location

  • 309 Maple Road
    Mansfield, CT 06268

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