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William E. McGonagle

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Boston Housing Authority

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Boston Housing Authority

52 Chauncy St

Boston, Massachusetts,02111

United States

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New England Center for Arts & Technology - About us

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William (Bill) McGonagle is Administrator of the Boston Housing Authority , the City's largest landlord.


Community Partners | Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay

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Bill McGonagle
Our partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay, and now Babson College and Olin College, helps to provide our public housing youth with the tools they need to succeed. For some of these young people, this will be their first time on a college campus, a crucial step toward furthering their educational potential. Bill McGonagle Administrator, Boston Housing Authority


City Realty MOU with City Life / Vida Urbana on Section 8 affordability

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"Our Section 8 families clearly benefit when property owners agree to keep rents within the boundaries of HUD's Fair Market Rents and local payment standards," said Bill McGonagle, head of the Boston Housing Authority.


www.hlrn.org

It would also curtail it from maintaining its voucher program in the face of rising housing costs, according to Boston Housing Authority Administrator Bill McGonagle.
"We have 41,000 families on our waiting list," he said. "We can only accept 600 families a year due to turnover. And that's at current funding levels." McGonagle, who said the proposal coming from the Trump administration's Office of Management and Budget would be a disaster, [preventing] the BHA's ability to maintain its units. "We could not even remotely meet our core mission of decent, safe and sanitary housing," he said. "We're trying to do some rather creative, outside-the-box things for our elder federal housing developments," McGonagle said. The gradual erosion of the HUD budget, which began during the 1990s, has exacerbated the pressure on public housing waitlists, according to McGonagle.


www.eastietimes.com

From left, Eva Erlich (Trinity Financial), State Senator Joseph Boncore, Al Caladrelli (East Boston Community Development Corporation), Chrystal Kornegay (Department of Housing and Community Development), Carol Johnson (Orient Heights Local Tenant Organization), Mayor Martin Walsh, William McGonagle (Boston Housing Authority), City Councilor Salvatore LaMattina, State Representative Adrian Madaro, Noel Henderson-James (Raymond James Tax Credit Funds, Inc.), Karen Kelleher (MassHousing), and Michael Koessel (Citi Community Capital) break ground on Phase I of the Orient Heights Housing Development proje
From left, Eva Erlich (Trinity Financial), State Senator Joseph Boncore, Al Caladrelli (East Boston Community Development Corporation), Chrystal Kornegay (Department of Housing and Community Development), Carol Johnson (Orient Heights Local Tenant Organization), Mayor Martin Walsh, William McGonagle (Boston Housing Authority), City Councilor Salvatore LaMattina, State Representative Adrian Madaro, Noel Henderson-James (Raymond James Tax Credit Funds, Inc.), Karen Kelleher (MassHousing), and Michael Koessel (Citi Community Capital) break ground on Phase I of the Orient Heights Housing Development project. "We are looking forward to working with our development partners Trinity Financial to revitalize the community as we successfully did together at the Maverick development in Eastie several years ago," stated Bill McGonagle, BHA administrator.


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