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Debbie J. Loucks

Executive Director

York Housing Authority

HQ Phone:  (717) 845-2601

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York Housing Authority

31 S Broad St

York, Pennsylvania,17403

United States

Company Description

York Housing Authority owns and operates 1,069 public housing units in addition to administering 1,452 Housing Choice Vouchers (Section 8 Rental Assistance). Management services are also provided to York Towne House, Village Court, Waverly Court, and Homes at ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Self-employed Consultant

Debbie J. Loucks


Affiliations

Jacobus Borough

Borough Council Member


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www.yorkhousingauthority.com

Debbie Loucks
Secretary/Executive Director


www.phm.yorkcity.org

Recording Secretary: Debbie Loucks, Executive Director, Housing Authority of the City of York
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www.builderonline.com [cached]

Basically, a resident who qualifies to buy a Village Court home will be eligible for a $9,000 forgivable mortgage, said Debbie Loucks, executive director of York Housing Authority. A home buyer will not be asked to repay that $9,000 loan should they own the house for at least five years, she said. In the years that passed between contract and groundbreaking, the cost of construction had jumped $30,000, Loucks said. E.G. Stoltzfus Homes built its contracted two units and had to bow out on the remainder of the development. Affordable Housing Options contracted with Reistville Builders to construct four of the remaining 22 units, Loucks said. All the units are slated to be completed by the end of the year.


www.yorkdispatch.com [cached]

Still, 65 percent of the York Housing Authority's 1,309 households receiving Section 8 rent subsidies from HUD are living in city homes, said Debbie Loucks, executive director of the York Housing Authority.That's not necessarily because they can't afford to live elsewhere, she said; many want to live in the city because that's where their support system is located.


www.yorksundaynews.com [cached]

Debbie Loucks, director of the York Housing Authority, said there are currently 2,057 people on the waiting list for subsidized in York County, which means it will be at least a year before new applicants get good news.And the numbers just keep climbing, she said. "They already know the waiting list is long," Loucks said."The word is pretty much out there." What they don't know is there's little chance these figures will improve any time soon, Loucks said.She said the number of people the county can offer subsidies to -- 1,565 -- hasn't increased in at least four years.When people sign up for subsidies, Loucks said, they go on the waiting list, hoping people currently receiving subsidies will decide they no longer want or need the assistance. But most do not leave quickly, and the list continues to grow -- currently up roughly 25 percent from this time last year, Loucks said. Staub said he couldn't afford to wait, so he chose the Flamingo and quickly experienced other hardships.He didn't have money for anything but rent and couldn't pay for his storage shed, so everything he couldn't squeeze into his room -- belongings acquired over four decades of life -- was auctioned off.


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