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In April 2001, Mayor Anthony Williams and Councilmember David Catania introduced competing versions of housing initiative bills.
  • Housing Preservation, Rehabilitation and Production Omnibus Amendment Act of 2001, Bill 14-167
  • HomeState Financial Incentives Act of 2001, Bill 14-
  • HomeState Regulatory Improvement Amendment Act of 2001, Bill 14-
  • HomeStart Initiative home page
  • DC Housing Finance Agency, “DC Housing Finance Agency Announces $24,000,000 in Mortgages for District Homebuyers,” press release, April 2, 2001
  • “Mayor Williams Unveils New Housing Initiative Created to Meet the Growing Demand for Housing and Revitalize City Neighborhoods,” press release, April 2, 2001
  • “Mayor Anthony A. Williams’ Housing Initiative Preservation, Rehabilitation and Production,” flyer, April 2001
  • “Mayor Anthony A. Williams’ Housing Initiative ‘Preservation, Rehabilitation and Production,’” position paper, April 2001
  • Washington Regional Network for Livable Communities, “Housing Policy for the City: Proposals to Meet the Crisis in Affordable Housing in the District of Columbia,” February 2001

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