Loan set for renovation...


October 07, 1990


$447,000 loan set for renovation plan

Jacqueline H. Rogers, secretary of the Department of Housing and Community Development, announced recently that a $447,000 loan from the Nonprofit Rehabilitation Program will be used to renovate five houses for low-income families in Baltimore.

The money will be used to convert five row houses in West Baltimore to 10 three-bedroom apartments.

Residents will receive federal Section 8 assistance, administered by the Baltimore Public Housing Authority, and pay monthly rents based on 30 percent of their adjusted gross income.

To be eligible to participate in the program, households must have incomes at or below 50 percent of the area median, which ranges from a maximum of $14,200 for an individual to a maximum of $26,750 for a family of eight.


Schmoke to give speech on 'survival of the city'

Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke will be the keynote speaker at the 49th annual meeting of the Citizens Planning and Housing Association Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. at the George Peabody Library, 17 E. Mount Vernon Place.

His address is titled "Survival of the City in the 1990s."

Sally Michel, a longtime civic volunteer and former chairman of the Planning Commission, will receive the Frances Morton Froelicher Civic Statesmanship Award at the same event.

A donation of $10 per person is requested.


Past presidents of group recognized at luncheon

Past presidents of the Real Estate Million Dollar Association Ltd. were honored at a luncheon Tuesday at the Woodholme Country Club in Pikesville for their service to the organization.

Of the 20 past presidents, 18 attended the event, as did some 200 other members of the Real Estate Million Dollar Association, a group of people who have achieved $2 million in sales or 25 residential transactions within a calendar year.

The current president of theassociation, Ann S. Neumann, presided over the luncheon, the first attempt by the organization to bring together past presidents.

Of the 5,000 or so real estate agents in the Greater Baltimore area, 361 belong to the Real Estate Million Dollar Association.

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