Sunday, August 3, 2014

Update on 500 Families. 100 Days.

Here's an update on 500 Families. 100 Days. Quality DC Housing Now kicks off today, by request.

In the days before Day 100 hit, Deputy Mayor BB Otero met with several reporters to talk update on 500 Families. 100 Days.   The summary?   Check out this from WaPo:

Landlords offered the city 532 apartments during the 100-day campaign. The Gray administration rejected 73 after inspections, for a usable total of 459 apartments. Otero also said landlords have suggested that additional units may become available at the end of the summer, potentially meaning the city could get closer to opening more space at D.C. General.

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