Comments on: Housing Commission Selects Co-Developer it's like being there Tue, 16 Sep 2014 04:56:38 +0000 hourly 1 By: Vivienne Armentrout Vivienne Armentrout Thu, 17 Jan 2013 07:54:22 +0000 So it is indicated here that AAHC is going to apply for LIHTC in the category of permanent supportive housing. That is the type of housing provided by Avalon, and to my understanding it requires of tenants that they have some established disability. A brief glance at the MSHDA link provided here mentions targeted supportive housing populations and requirements for service delivery. This appears to be the type of housing that Avalon provides. By definition, supportive housing implies that other services are provided. Who will be responsible for this additional service delivery? The AAHC?

I had the impression that Ann Arbor public housing did not have the restrictions that supportive housing does. Will merely very low-income tenants qualify for Ann Arbor public housing under this shift? I hope that we are not proposing to make public housing unavailable to a wide group of tenants who are currently served by this program.