While attending the National Apartment Association (NAA) and the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) in Washington, DC, Bobby Griffith had the opportunity to visit with federal legislators from New Mexico. He shared with them about our industry and the challenges we are facing. Pictured here with New Mexico Senator, the Honorable Tom Udall. Mr. Griffith also met with US Congressional Representatives from New Mexico, the Honorable Michelle Lujan Grisham, the Honorable Steve Pearce and the Honorable Ben Ray Lujan staffers.
The Pecos Apartments in Dexter, NM have been cleared for a major renovation using USDA Preservation Revolving Loan Funds, administered by the New Mexico Mortgage Housing Authority. Approximately $500,000 of improvements will be made to the apartments, including a new roof, new windows, stucco, paint, and ADA accessibility improvements. Work is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2017.
The Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas (FHLB Dallas) announced the appointment of Jeff Curry to the Bank’s 2017 Affordable Housing Advisory Council. The Council is composed of 13 representatives from state, community and nonprofit organizations who advise FHLB Dallas’ Board of Directors on affordable housing and economic development issues. Council members are appointed by the FHLB Dallas Board and serve three-year terms.
Sedona Village in Clovis NM, has undergone a remodel in which it got new roofing, new landscape, and a new playground.