Notices

HCV Waiting list now serving

UPCOMING NUMBERS

The section 8 – HCV department will be determining eligibility on waiting list numbers 2944- 3759 in the next 30 days!

Find your position number here

FIND YOUR POSITION NUMBER

To find your position number you will need the confirmation ID you received when you applied for Section 8 waiting list during the 4/1/2014 – 4/15/2014 sign up period.  Check the list at the bottom of this page and match your ID to the list in the left hand column. To the right of the arrow, you can find your corresponding waiting list position number.

IF YOU APPLIED BEFORE 4/1/2014 9:00 AM CST or AFTER 4/15/2014 4:30 PM CST YOUR APPLICATION WAS NOT ACCEPTED AND YOUR CONFIRMATION ID WILL NOT APPEAR IN THIS LIST!

Applicants must inform HHA, in writing, if you have a change of address!

As stated by the Housing Choice Voucher Administrative Plan, Chapter 4-III.D. NOTIFICATION OF SELECTION, If a notification letter is returned to HHA with no forwarding address, the family will be removed from the waiting list.  A notice of denial (see Chapter 3) will be sent to the family’s address of record, as well as to any known alternate address.
As stated by the Housing Choice Voucher Administrative Plan, 4-III.E.  THE APPLICATION INTERVIEW,

HHA Policy

Families selected from the waiting list are required to participate in an eligibility interview. All adult members of the household are required to attend the interview.
The interview will be conducted only if the head of household or spouse/cohead provides appropriate documentation of legal identity.  (Chapter 7 provides a discussion of proper documentation of legal identity).  If the family representative does not provide the required documentation, the appointment may be rescheduled when the proper documents have been obtained.

In all circumstances, if a family does not attend a scheduled interview, HHA will send another notification letter with a new interview appointment time.  Applicants who fail to attend two scheduled interviews without HHA approval will be denied assistance based on the family’s failure to supply information needed to determine eligibility.  A notice of denial will be issued in accordance with policies contained in Chapter 3.

Your application for the Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8) will be withdrawn from our waiting list if you fail to provide all required/requested information.  In accordance with 24 CFR 960.259(a) and 24 CFR 982.551(b), the family must supply any information that the PHA or HUD determines necessary in the administration of public housing and Section 8 programs. And in the Housing Choice Voucher Program Administrative Plan, Chapter 4, Section 4-III.E.

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Basketball Tournament

A knockout tournament or elimination tournament is divided into successive rounds; each competitor plays in at least one fixture per round. The top-ranked competitors in each fixture progress to the next round. As rounds progress, the number of competitors and fixtures decreases. The final round, usually known as the final or cup final, consists of just one fixture; the winner of which is the overall champion.

In a single-elimination tournament, only the top-ranked competitors in a fixture progress; in 2-competitor games, only the winner progresses. All other competitors are eliminated. This ensures a winner is decided with the minimum number of fixtures. However, most competitors will be eliminated after relatively few matches; a single bad or unlucky performance can nullify many preceding excellent ones.

A double-elimination tournament may be used in 2-competitor games to allow each competitor a single loss without being eliminated from the tournament. All losers from the main bracket enter a losers’ bracket, the winner of which plays off against the main bracket’s winner.

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Upcoming Public Meetings

A town hall meeting is an American term given to an informal public meeting, function, or event derived from the traditional town meetings of New England. Typically open to everybody in a town community and held at the local municipal building, attendees generally present ideas, voice their opinions, ask questions of the public figures, elected officials, or political candidates at the town hall. Attendees rarely vote on an issue or propose an alternative to a situation. It is not used outside of this secular context.

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