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NATION’S SECOND OLDEST PUBLIC HOUSING DEVELOPMENT TURNS 75
DOING BUSINESS WITH DCHA
Kenyan McDuffie, Ward 5 Councilmember, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, Adrianne Todman, DCHA Executive Director, James Short, and Sandra Henriquez, HUD Assistant Secretary pose in front of 719 Langston Terrace NE, where Mr. Short was born, at the Langston 75th Anniversary celebration. Mr. Short is retired as Deputy Fire Chief from the DC Fire Department. Langston Terrace, opened May 5, 1938, celebrated its 75th anniversary on May 4, 2013. It was the first U.S. Government-funded public housing community in Washington and the second in the nation. It was designed by African American architect Hilyard Robinson, a native Washingtonian. Construction began in 1935 as part of the New Deal relief work initiated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. African American workers performed most of the construction work. The finished complex of 274 units provided affordable housing to working-class families who competed for the opportunity to live there at a time of extreme housing shortag...
DCHA, ONE ECONOMY, TEAM UP TO BRIDGE DIGITAL DIVIDE
THREE TOP DC LEADERS INSPIRE YOUTH AT EASTERN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
SAYING FAREWELL TO WINTER
MONEY WELL SPENT
TO PROTECT AND SERVE
RFQ 13-2013 CONSULTING SERVICES
ADDENDUM NO. 1 - 0014-2013 PAINT, PLASTER, AND DRYWALL SERVICES
SOLICITATION 0014-2013 PAINT, PLASTER & DRYWALL SERVICES
ADDENDUM NO. 2 - 0015-2013 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICES
ADDENDUM NO. 1 - 0015-2013 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICES
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