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Executive Director

Local Address: Oakland, California, United States
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Membership - Michigan Housing Directors Association, 15 May 2013 [cached]
Mary Ann Bush, Executive Director
The commission board decided on the ..., 25 Aug 2011 [cached]
The commission board decided on the course of action today, voting 4-0 to pursue a recommendation from Executive Director Mary Ann Bush for a heat-chemical treatment process that will be implemented throughout the building.
Bush said HUD had informed her only that it would "consider'' allowing the commission to use capital funds to cover startup of the pest control program.
Residents have a term in their leases that requires them to cover pest infestation costs, but Bush said it wouldn't be fair to enforce it because it was evident some, if not most, weren't personally responsible.
"I could show you five apartments and you'd say, 'No way,' '' could they have bedbugs, she said, indicating the units appeared clean and in order. While there's no way of knowing for certain how the pests were introduced, Bush said they perhaps had moved from one unit to another through heating ducts that have since been sealed.
She said, too, that some tenants have tried to treat the problem themselves instead of reporting it, apparently because they couldn't afford extermination costs.
When the Hi Rise received its first report of bedbugs, chemical treatment alone was administered and was ineffective, Bush said. Heat treatment requires the units to be heated to 120 to 145 degrees over a four- to eight-hour period and that, coupled with the chemical treatments, seems to work best, she said.
Executive Director Mary Ann ..., 24 Nov 2010 [cached]
Executive Director Mary Ann Bush said going smoke-free is an issue the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) had been encouraging public housing associations to do for some time.
Bush said there were two areas of focus on behalf of the commission when it came to the issue, the first being the obvious health benefits to non-smokers.
"We started to look at the expense to turn a unit from a smoker to a non-smoker," Bush said.
The amount seems to almost double. Bush estimates a cost of $1,200 to rehab an apartment after a non-smoking resident moved out. That amount doubles for smokers, costing anywhere between $2,200 and $2,400.
"What I have heard from those who don't smoke," Bush said, "they're actually clapping."
Smokers, however, were speculative and voiced concerns about their rights and even questioned whether a non-smoking board was now making rules for smoking residents, she said.
Bush said three of the board's members are actually smokers and concerns were addressed with residents privately, including the possibility of restrictions under HUD guidelines.
Though the commission does not question whether or not residents smoke, she estimated 31 out of 180 residents are smokers.
- Send a donation to the ..., 15 Mar 2010 [cached]
- Send a donation to the United Way of Washington County, Attn: Mary Anne Bush, 307 LL Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio 45750 or call 373-3333.
If local United Way contributions are any kind of barometer, the economy isn't rebounding just yet.
With the United Way of Washington County's campaign set to wrap soon, only 74 percent of the goal - which was lowered from last year - has been pledged and agencies are receiving less money than they expected.
"I'm sure the economy has played a factor in it as well as natural disasters around the world," said local United Way executive director Mary Anne Bush.
"These agencies really depend on us," said Bush. Donations to nonprofit groups increase - - The Parkersburg News & Sentinel, 16 June 2005 [cached]
The United Way of the Mid-Ohio Valley met its goal of $300,000 in donations in 2004, the first time in several years, said Mary Ann Bush, executive director.
'We receive donations from all walks of life, but 60 percent of our donations come from private sources,' said Bush
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