HACSA

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HACSAHousing Authority and Community Services Agency
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The HACSA Summit 2019, being held in Accra, Ghana, runs from August 7- 10 under the theme: 'Linking, Reconciling and Reuniting Communities 400 years after the start of the Trans-Atlantic Slave trade'.
But HACSA's main anticipated funding stream for its 50-unit, low-rent apartment complex at Oak Street and East Sixth Avenue was cut off this year.
HACSA, the second largest housing authority in Oregon, provides housing, and in some cases supportive services, to more than 5,000 Lane County families.
HACSA wants a one-year extension from Lane County commissioners to start building its 50-unit low-rent apartment complex at Oak Street and East Sixth Avenue, HACSA Real Estate Development Director Steve Ochs said.
The HACSA building plan includes ground-floor retail space that HACSA would own and that would be managed by Obie's real estate firm.
HACSA eventually plans to sell its 10,000-square-foot Eugene headquarters next to Alton Baker Park, which the Lane County Assessor's Office last year gave a $1.5 million market value.
The operating cost is so high because HACSA, rather than tenants, would pay for all utilities, plus higher repairs and maintenance.
HACSA's public housing units - in Cottage Grove, Creswell, Eugene, Florence, Junction City, Springfield and Veneta - charge flat rents at reduced rates.
In 2013, Obie's firm and HACSA signed options to lease the county land for 99 years.
Obie and HACSA are planning separate housing and retail projects on two parcels west of the Fifth Street Public Market between Pearl and Willamette streets.
Obie's team planned to invest $54 million to develop the half-block along East 6th Avenue between Pearl and Oak streets, while HACSA would spend an estimated $12.6 million on low-income housing that would occupy a quarter-block on the northwest corner of 6th Avenue and Oak Street.
The board also sought on Tuesday to ask Obie and HACSA whether they would be willing to waive the lease options for the parcels they signed in 2013, should the county agree to sell the land as they've requested.