DC government halts family exits from beleaguered Rapid Rehousing subsidy program until Sept. 30
Evy Wilkins was thrilled to move into her apartment. As a low-income D.C. resident, she qualified for a rent subsidy through the District’s Rapid Rehousing (RRH) program. But Wilkins’ joy quickly turned into a nightmare.
Homeless Truxton Circle residents brace for early December eviction amid pleas to halt encampment clearings
Meet some of the people living at Allen Park in Truxton Circle who will either be displaced by the upcoming Dec. 2 clearing or placed into housing accommodations through the city’s new encampment pilot program.
What a park redevelopment reveals about a community: Beyond the city’s plans to renovate the park at NJ Ave and O St NW
This fall, the D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) will begin renovating the park at the corner of New Jersey Avenue and O Street NW, permanently displacing an encampment of about 30 residents, and adding to their uncertainty.
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