Harriet Tubman Terrace apartments receive $22M in affordable housing bonds

Photo of Harriet Tubman Terrace Apartments
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Both the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee and the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee introduced regulations aimed at improving cost containment and public benefit. The regulations are meant to streamline the process of financing affordable housing — such as the Harriet Tubman Terrace apartments — with tax credits and tax-exempt bonds.

Harriet Tubman Terrace, an affordable housing building in Berkeley for senior citizens and people with disabilities, was approved for more than $22 million in funding from the state of California.
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Here’s how you should vote in the state and county elections

STATE ISSUES: There are several critical seats up for election this November. Here's our take.

This November, Berkeley voters have the opportunity to bring their city new representation at the state level. There are several critical seats up for election, including governor, secretary of state and state Assembly member in the 15th District — and Californians must to do their civic duty by showing up to the polls.
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