Loveland: Council Discusses Affordable Housing

The City Council talked about affordable housing at its July 12 study session. Unfortunately, the discussion did not get very specific because a wide variety of topics were brought up, including how to address homelessness.  However, the Council did finally determine it is willing to consider repealing the current affordable housing code (Municipal Code Ch.Continue reading “Loveland: Council Discusses Affordable Housing”

Loveland: Council Wants to Revise Affordable Housing Policy

The City Council has waived over a half a million dollars in development fees in the last year and apparently some Councilors aren’t feeling that the City is getting a return on its investment. John Fogle, in particular, made pointed comments about the Giuliano project, which has received over $2 million worth of waivers andContinue reading “Loveland: Council Wants to Revise Affordable Housing Policy”

Loveland Council Approves Housing-Related Grants

The City Council confirmed recommendations from the Human Services Commission and the Affordable Housing Commission regarding the distribution of funding the City receives from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Neighbor-to-Neighbor will receive $22,500 for rent counseling. Alternatives to Violence will receive an award of $100,000 for a safe house. Habitat forContinue reading “Loveland Council Approves Housing-Related Grants”