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Still asking…where will they go?

    Still asking…where will they go?

HAWS seems to be moving forward with sale of Crystal Towers while tenants left in the dark

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Where will they go?

    Where will they go?

While the Housing Authority of Winston-Salem (HAWS) waits to hear back from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the 201 residents who call Crystal Towers home continue to cope with unsafe living conditions.

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Crystal Towers’ residents will be forced to move

    Crystal Towers’ residents will be forced to move

Less than a year after they announced the sale of the building, next month the Housing Authority of Winston-Salem (HAWS) is expected finalize the sale of Crystal Towers.

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City Council asks HAWS not to sell Crystal Towers

    City Council asks HAWS not to sell Crystal Towers

Members of the City Council asked the Housing Authority of Winston-Salem not to sell Crystal Towers.

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City approves loan for Brown Elementary demolition

    City approves loan for Brown Elementary demolition

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The City Council unanimously approved a loan to demolish the historic Brown Elementary School building

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City to vote on New Hope Manor assistance on Monday

    City to vote on New Hope Manor assistance on Monday

Photo by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem City Council will vote Monday on a $1.6 million

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HAWS opens new complex in old neighborhood

    HAWS opens new complex in old neighborhood

In above photo: On Friday, Nov. 6, the Housing Authority of Winston-Salem (HAWS) held a grand opening ceremony for Camden

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Housing Authority’s Redmon moving on to Wilmington

    Housing Authority’s Redmon moving on to Wilmington

(pictured above: Katrina Redmon has worked at the Winston-Salem Housing Authority since 2006.) Katrina Redmon, the chief development officer and vice

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Jobs required for tenants of new development

    Jobs required for tenants of new development

The 50 units that will make up The Oaks at Tenth will boast hardwood floors, energy-efficient kitchens, washers and dryers

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Editorial: Public housing residents will only benefit from work requirement

    Editorial: Public housing residents will only benefit from work requirement

It is surprising that not everyone shares Housing Authority of Winston-Salem CEO Larry Woods’ enthusiasm for nudging more public housing

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