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Rick Ballard

Director of the Office of Community Development

Michigan State Housing Development Authority

HQ Phone:  (517) 373-8370

Email: b***@***.gov

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Michigan State Housing Development Authority

735 E. Michigan Ave

Lansing, Michigan,48909

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Richard G. Ballard, LLC


President

Council of State Community Development Agencies


Affiliations

North Coast Community Consultants , LLC

Founding Member and Partner


CNU Michigan

Board Member


Congress for the New Urbanism

Board Member


Education

B.A. degree

Earlham College


Master of Divinity Degree

Chicago Theological Seminary


Web References(23 Total References)


Flint Expatriates: November 2009

www.flintexpats.com [cached]

The projects would revitalize neighborhoods by renovating or demolishing abandoned houses while improving the potential for private businesses looking to open shops in thriving areas, said Rick Ballard, director of the MSHDA office of community development.


www.freep.com

Part of the problem, said Rick Ballard, the former director of community development for MSHDA, was that the cities and the state had only about six weeks to bring their plans together for the 2010 round of NSP funding.


www.bobbyfergusondetroit.com

The projects would revitalize neighborhoods by renovating or demolishing abandoned houses while improving the potential for private businesses looking to open shops in thriving areas, said Rick Ballard, director of the MSHDA office of community development.
MSHDA already is distributing $174 million in federal stimulus funds from the first round of the stabilization program's awards among 44 cities, but that isn't enough money to "make sufficient investments and change the market perception" in those areas, Ballard said. FEI, as a company on the move in both size and stature, has an employee roster of over 150 skilled and professional support staff. he company is fully insured for general liability and workers' compensation insurance. s a Minority Business Enterprise, FEI is certified with the State of


Industry News - Shelterforce - National Housing Institute

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Gordon Walker, director of the Utah Division of Housing and Community Development, has been named president of the Council of State Community Development Agencies, succeeding Rick Ballard, director of the Office of Community Development at the Michigan State Housing Development Authority.


www.ferguson-enterprises.net

The projects would revitalize neighborhoods by renovating or demolishing abandoned houses while improving the potential for private businesses looking to open shops in thriving areas, said Rick Ballard, director of the MSHDA office of community development.
If the plan is funded, about 6,000 abandoned, foreclosed or vacant properties will be acquired and redeveloped, 2,500 structures will be torn down, and 1,500 homes will be built or rehabilitated. The housing authority is one of hundreds of applicants in the U.S. hoping to grab a piece of HUD's $1.93 billion Neighborhood Stabilization Program. MSHDA already is distributing $174 million in federal stimulus funds from the first round of the stabilization program's awards among 44 cities, but that isn't enough money to "make sufficient investments and change the market perception" in those areas, Ballard said.


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