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Volume 7 - Number 12

June 6, 2014

Around the Industry

HUD Nominee Picks Up Support from Grassroot Activists, Home Builders. San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, President Obama’s pick to replace Secretary Shaun Donovan at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, has won support from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition and the Center for Responsible Lending and the National Association of Home Builders. “Mayor Castro’s experience and strong commitment to neighborhood revitalization and community development will be critical to the recovery of communities still reeling from the housing crisis,” said NCRC President and CEO John Taylor. “We welcome his leadership and look forward to working in partnership with him to increase access to affordable housing and create vibrant, healthy communities.” CRL President Mike Calhoun noted Castro’s long record of ...

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