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VIHA Drafts Lease Agreement for Public Housing, Seeks Public Comment

 The Virgin Islands Housing Authority (VIHA) notifies residents and the public at large of the availability of a New Residential Lease Agreement as well as an Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policy (ACOP) for low-income public housing. These lease documents will be available for public review from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Mondays through Fridays, June 27 through July 27, at the following locations, according to a press release issued on Tuesday by the VIHA.
Oswald E. Harris Court, Tutu Highrise, Estate Bovoni, Paul M. Pearson Gardens HH Bergs Home, Lucinda Millin Home, Michael J. Kirwin Terrace, The Knolls at Contant, D. Hamilton Jackson Terrace, Alphonso “Piggy” Gerard Complex, John F. Kennedy Terrace, Joseph E. James Terrace, Aureo Diaz Heights, Mount Pleasant, Candido Guadalupe, Ludvig E. Harrigan Court, Marley Homes, Walter I.M. Hodge, William’s Delight Villas and Wilford Pedro Home.
The lease will also be available for review at the VIHA Central Offices:
St. Thomas Central Office, No. 4402 Anna’s Retreat, No. 200, St. Thomas (777-8442)
St. Croix Central Office, Kingshill (778-8442)
The 30-day review period is an opportunity for residents and interested individuals to examine and provide feedback to VIHA on these documents. For comments to be considered in the draft they must be received on or before July 28. All written comments should be forwarded to:
Virgin Islands Housing Authority, No. 4402 Anna’s Retreat, No. 200, St. Thomas, VI 00802-1737, att. District Manager (phone: 777-8442; e-mail acop@vihousing.org)

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