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HB 2577, 75th Regular Session
Relating to the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs and to low income and affordable housing.

Related House committee minutes

Calendars, 75th Leg.

05/06/1997

Urban Affairs, 75th Leg.

03/25/1997
04/15/1997
04/17/1997
04/22/1997
04/29/1997


Related Senate committee minutes

Housing, Interim, 75th Leg.

09/19/1997
11/21/1997

Intergovernmental Relations, 75th Leg.

05/14/1997

Related legislative committee charges

House Urban Affairs, 75th Leg.
Continue the Committee's review of housing issues and programs. The review should include (but not limited to): (1) the procedures for awarding low-income housing tax credits, compared and contrasted with the procedures for awarding state bond activity cap for housing (2) the state's efforts to improve housing conditions for colonias residents; (3) tenant services and housing for special populations; (4) methods by which the state can serve individuals and families earning less than 30% of AMFI; and (5) implentation of HB 2577, 75th Legislature, Regular Session.
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Senate Housing, Interim, 75th Leg.
Monitor the implementation of the provisions of HB 2577, 75th Legislature, Regular Session, passed by the Legislature during the 1997 regular session, regarding affordable housing for Texans, and, if necessary, make recommendations for further legislative or regulatory action.
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