Housing plan needs fine-tuning

October 1993
Crain's Chicago Business;10/25/93, Vol. 16 Issue 43, p12
Opinion. Comments on Chicago, Illinois Mayor Richard Daley's inclusion of funding for low-income homes in his 1994 budget. Response to lobbying of advocates for affordable housing; Amount earmarked for the Low Income Housing Trust Fund; Availability of replacement financing through the private sector.


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