redevelopment authority

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Noun1.redevelopment authority - a public administrative unit given responsibility for the renovation of blighted urban areas
administrative body, administrative unit - a unit with administrative responsibilities
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"He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to our organization and is an excellent team leader," David Doser, chairman of the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority board, said in a news release.
Redevelopment Authority bonds are secured by loan payments from Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) to Milwaukee.
The State of Pennsylvania and the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County will provide USD500,000 each in loans to support necessary investments in employees, equipment, and infrastructure.
The Redevelopment Authority would like to see space in the museum for events, such as cocktail receptions where a chance to visit the museum would be part of the event.
March - Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority Names New President and CEO
The city of Plainwell's Brownfield Redevelopment Authority has been awarded tax breaks by the Michigan Economic Growth Authority's board yesterday.
The Federal Transit Administration has lifted a freeze on funding for the Union Station redevelopment project, ruling that the Springfield Redevelopment Authority has satisfied requirements to become the direct recipient of grant money.
The project involved an investment of USD177m and is a joint venture of the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Lancaster, Lancaster County Convention Centre Authority and private developer Penn Square Partners.
The building is owned by the Manchester Housing and Redevelopment Authority. Burnell-Johnson Architects provided the architectural design fur the project.
In its suit, the Islamic Society and two of its leaders alleged the Herald, the local Fox outlet, a non-profit Jewish advocacy group called The David Project, and about a dozen other defendants conspired to block a controversial land deal between the Boston Redevelopment Authority and the society.
His numerous community service activities have included board memberships with the Chester Redevelopment Authority, the Chester Educational Foundation and the Community Advisory Board's Weed and Seed program.