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Housing

The Cape Fear Housing Coalition (CFHC) and UNCW are seeking input from the community regarding affordable housing in the area by completing a brief survey. The survey is one of the first steps toward identifying solutions by gathering information from community residents regarding their perceptions so that community leaders have a complete picture when making decisions and developing a course of action. [Read more...]
New affordable housing committee forming
The City of Wilmington is now calling for applications to the new Wilmington/New Hanover County Ad Hoc Committee on Improving Workforce/Affordable Housing. The deadline to apply is Monday, Feb. 29.
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Long waiting list for affordable housing
Long waiting list for a newly opened apartment complex illustrates the need for more affordable housing in Wilmington. [Read more...]
Affordable housing meeting
The 2015 Mayor's Roundtable on Housing Affordability will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 10 from 8 a.m. - noon. Find out how to register and learn why this roundtable is so important to our community.  [Read more...]
The City of Wilmington is developing a change to current housing regulations that would allow “cottage housing developments,” which are small, single family residences clustered around a common courtyard area. [Read more...]
City receives recognition from the state
The City of Wilmington recently was recognized by the state for its support of LINC's new transitional living facility. [Read more...]
Homeowners insurance rate hearing
There will be a hearing in Raleigh on Monday to discuss proposed homeowners insurance rate increases. Under the proposed rate changes, coastal areas would face the highest increase of 35 percent. The proposed increase statewide is an average of 26 percent. [Read more...]
A public hearing on the 2014-15 Annual Action Plan is scheduled to take place during the May 20 City Council meeting. The plan includes three new projects to help offset the need for affordable rental housing in our community. [Read more...]
Former Army Reserve Center demolished
The former Adrian B. Rhodes Armed Forces Reserve Center was torn down recently to make room for transitional housing for the homeless as part of an agreement between the City of Wilmington and Lakeside Partners of Wilmington, Inc. [Read more...]
Report highlights need for affordable housing
On Tuesday, December 10, the City of Wilmington held two workshops to help local non-profits apply for funding that addresses an issue a national report released this week said is a growing problem – the lack of affordable housing to rent. [Read more...]
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