BHA announces public hearing to implement new Designated Housing Plan


BHA officials to discuss updates to BHA’s Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy at the Amory street public housing development August 11, 2015.

Boston Housing Authority hereby announces a public hearing regarding implementation of the new designated housing plan.

Amendment #1 to the
BHA’s FY2015 Agency Plan

You are invited to attend on
Tuesday August 11, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.
At the Amory Street Housing Development
125 Amory St., Jamaica Plain, MA

Updating the BHA’s Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy (ACOP) to reflect the new Designated Housing Plan which has been approved by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and are amendments to the BHA’s 2015 Annual Plan.  A 45-day review and comment period will commence on Wednesday July 15, 2015 and close at the end of business on Friday, August 28, 2015.  Copies of the proposed FY 2015 Annual Plan Amendment #1 documents are available on the BHA’s website at and will be on view at the BHA’s Occupancy Department, 3rd Floor, 52 Chauncy Street, Boston, MA. If you have a reasonable accommodation request relative to either reviewing the documents or attending the Hearing, please call 617-988-4401 or TDD 800-545-1833 x420.  Interpreters will be made available at the Hearing upon prior request to 617-988-4401. Comments can be sent to Boston Housing Authority, Attn: John Kane, 52 Chauncy Street, Boston, MA 02111; or e-mail at john.kane (at) bostonhouisng (dot) org

To review proposed changes to the BHA’s Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy (ACOP), please refer to: Chapter 4, pages 48 and 51, Chapter 10, pages 159 and 160.


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