In Boston Real Estate Times: Fifty-Three Housing Owners and Operators Sign ‘Eviction Diversion Pledge’ to Keep Over 57,000 Tenants and Families Safely Housed
The Baker-Polito Administration, MassHousing, CHAPA, and the Massachusetts Association of Community Development Organizations (MACDC) announced a five-point Eviction Diversion Pledge, a commitment from Massachusetts property owners and operators to working with tenants facing financial difficulties because of the pandemic and supporting housing stability during the ongoing fight against the spread of COVID-19.
On BNN: “Sparks for Arts” Event Goes Virtual
Kelly Ransom, Director of Communications & Events for Madison Park Development Corp., talks about the November 19 “Sparks for Arts” virtual fundraiser to support cultural programming at Hibernian Hall and help Black-owned businesses. Interview for BNN News. Aired November 10, 2020.
From NeighborWorks America: Drive-in brings community together
For many people, the drive-in is a symbol of the past. But with COVID-19 and the call for social distancing, it’s become a symbol of the present, and residents in Roxbury couldn’t be happier about it.
On WBUR: Early Voters Go To The Polls In Mass., Voice Concerns Over Getting Ballots Counted
Communities across Massachusetts have begun offering residents the chance to vote in-person, two weeks ahead of Election Day.