Notice of Public Review and Hearing
Albany Housing Authority will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 5:30 PM in the Atrium at 200 South Pearl Street to hear comments on Annual Plan (2017-2018).
A draft of the Annual Plan is available for public review during regular business hours starting on February 15, 2017 for the duration of the comment period. A copy of the plan will also be available on our website at http://www.albanyhousing.org/about-aha/5-year-and-annual-plan and at each AHA management office for its federal sites.
Comments may be submitted prior to the public hearing. Comments may be mailed to AHA, 200 South Pearl Street, Albany, New York 12202-1834; emailed to
firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 518-641-7545.
Please put “Annual Plan Comments” in the subject line. Attendees to the hearing will be required to sign in.
Michael Whalen, Chairman
Steven T. Longo, Executive Director Equal Housing Opportunity
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This is the first in a series of City Hall on the Road Events!
Stop by to visit one of the 15 City department tables.
Representatives will be available to provide information, advise and more.
Wednesday, July 20th, 2016
5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Arbor Hill Community Center 50 N. Lark Street
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The Schuyler Flatts Burial Ground Project was created to pay tribute to the discovered remains of 14 formerly enslaved Africans. Please join us on as we honor these souls and lay them to rest.
Friday, June 17, 12pm-8pm, Memorial Service
Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site, 32 Catherine Street, Albany
The public is invited to visit and pay their respects. Music and poetry honoring the deceased will take place on the grounds throughout the day.
Saturday, June 18, 11am-12pm, Burial Service
St. Agnes Cemetery, 48 Cemetery Ave. (off Broadway), Menands
The individuals will be transported to the cemetery and laid to rest. This interdenominational service will be presided over by local clergy and community leaders.
Are you interested in hearing what’s going on in Albany? Then tune in each week to “Talk of the Town,” a new radio interview show with Albany Mayor Kathy M. Sheehan. The show, with host Bob Cudmore, airs on Magic590AM every Friday at noon and again on Saturdays at 7:30 a.m. If you’d like to ask the mayor a question about the City of Albany, send it to email@example.com.
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WE ARE FREE TO BREATHE!
Albany Housing Authority is Going Smoke-Free as of JANUARY 1ST, 2016.
To insure the quality of air and the safety of residents in its housing programs, Albany Housing Authority has decided that all residential properties will be smoke-free as of January 1, 2016.
- Smoking will not be permitted indoors, including in the apartments.
- Smoking will be permitted outside in designated areas, or more than twenty-five (25) feet away from buildings if there are no designated areas.
A smoke-FREE policy in all Albany Housing Authority buildings means that everyone who visits, lives or works in Albany Housing Authority buildings is FREE to breath cleaner, safer, healthier air.
A healthy living partnership of
Albany County Dept. of Health
Albany Housing Authority
American Heart Association
Asthma Coalition of the Capital Region
Capital District Tobacco Free Coalition
Center for Health Programs & Promotion
Healthy Capital District Initiative
Why is Albany Housing Authority going smoke-free?
It’s Cleaner! Smoking in units leaves a residue that is both highly toxic and difficult to clean. This residue contains chemicals that can produce similar effects to lead poisoning.
It’s Safer! Smoking is the leading cause of residential fire deaths and injuries. Almost 1,000 people die every year in smoking-related fires, half are residents in multiunit housing.
It’s Healthier! Secondhand smoke travels between units and poses a serious health threat to children and adults. Exposure to secondhand smoke can:
- Harm lung development in children and cause Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
- Cause heart disease and lung cancer in nonsmokers
- Lead to more coughs, wheezing, ear infections, bronchitis or pneumonia
- Trigger more frequent and severe asthma attacks
What about smokers?
Smokers are free to enjoy their home but must smoke outside and away from buildings. If anyone wants to quit, we can help through:
The Butt Stops Here cessation classes call 459-2550 or visit www.healthprograms.org/quit-now for more information
The New York State Smokers’ Quitline 1-866-NY-QUITS or www.nysmokefree.com
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Please be advised that due to an oversight in the previous tenant commissioner election process new elections will be held as soon as possible. This will be an interim election to complete the current terms. Any PH resident or Section 8 voucher holder in good standing is eligible to seek election. Details will be posted on the website and in AHA Management offices as soon as available.