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Linnie B. Willis

Executive Director

LMHA

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Executive Director

Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority


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Most of Brand Whitlock's ex-residents staying in Toledo

lawolaw.org [cached]

Linnie Willis, LMHA executive director, said her agency works to educate landlords about Section 8 and recruit new landlords to the program.
"We think that it is an advantage," she said. "As a landlord, they have an opportunity to provide a comfortable and safe place for a family to live. For the landlord, it provides a guaranteed income stream." LMHA also worked hard to assist former Brand Whitlock and Albertus Brown residents in their moves, Mrs. Willis said. The agency had three relocation specialists who helped residents with paperwork, assisted with finding units, and counseled about what neighborhoods to consider. "There are a lot of reasons why people choose to live in certain places," she said, adding some residents wanted to remain near their church or family. Mrs. Willis said she believes many families chose that complex because they wanted to remain close to their Brand Whitlock neighbors. "I think it was more of a sense of family, a sense of community that people chose to move to that same area," she said.


www.toledoblade.com

"This initiative is to try to improve your quality of life," said LMHA Executive Director Linnie Willis, speaking directly to LMHA clients.
Ms. Willis said the move is not meant to be punitive, but a move toward goals of overall wellness for residents, including the best air quality possible. The smoke-free effort began in 2009 when the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development recommended that public housing units go smoke free, Ms. Willis said.


NJGASP - New Jersey Global Advisors on Smokefree Policy

www.njgasp.org [cached]

"This initiative is to try to improve your quality of life," said LMHA Executive Director Linnie Willis, speaking directly to LMHA clients.
Ms. Willis said the move is not meant to be punitive, but a move toward goals of overall wellness for residents, including the best air quality possible.


www.13abc.com

And I think that principal is still good," said Linnie Willis, the LMHA Executive Director."That's why we're involved and try to move that forward it some respect bring home ownership to central city."
All of the ONYX properties, 86 of them, went into foreclosure. illis and LMHA purchased 53.Many of them looked like this and it turns out some were worse inside. "We didn't get a chance to inspect all the units, had we done that we probably would not have taken the 53," said Willis. The Lucas County Land Bank took the others and they'll be demolished. ome are already a pile of rubble. "At the onset of the project and the building I don't think anyone projected or could have forecasted that this is how this was going to turn out," said Willis. "To say it's waste?It's a waste only to the extent that the goal or the dream was not fulfilled," said Willis. ertainly it is something we hate to see done," said Willis."A unit that was built 15-16 years ago, you expect it to last way into the future and that was the goal."


www.toledoblade.com

"This is an exciting moment that defines the future and the vision of the new Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority," said Linnie Willis, LMHA's executive director, who has spearheaded a move to replace some of the agency's oldest housing stock.


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