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Right to Know Policy:
This policy establishes the Authority’s procedures for meeting its obligations under the Pennsylvania Right to Know Law, which was revised in 2008. It applies to all requests for “public records”. This document establishes the framework within which the Authority will exercise its administrative discretion in the future. The Authority recognizes the value of making information available to the public, and is committed to continually improving public access to public information and fostering public participation in the decision-making process.
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TBHRA is a joint agency that encompasses the Tioga County Housing Authority, the Bradford County Housing Authority and the Tioga County Redevelopment Authority. TBHRA serves an area of 2298 square miles over two counties, with a combined 947 authority owned rental units and 477 Section 8 Vouchers. Additionally, the Tioga Authority in cooperation with the Redevelopment Authority administers HUD Community Development Block Grants.
The Authorities have been created by a Board of Commissioners in each county. The Commissioners were authorized by the Commonwealth under the Pennsylvania Housing Authorities Law of 1937 (35 P.S. 1541) and Urban Redevelopment Law of 1945 (35 P.S. 1701). The Commissioners enacted resolutions pursuant to these laws declaring a need for each Authority locally and appointing a five-man board to govern its affairs. The dates the Authorities were formed are as follows:
Redevelopment Authority of the County of Tioga January 1963
Housing Authority of the County of Tioga April 1965
Bradford County Housing Authority September 1969
December 18th, 2017, Bradford County Case Manager, Amanda Storrs hosted a holiday party for tenants at Colonial Towers and Colonial Terrace in Towanda, PA. Everyone enjoyed holiday themed games, various treats, and prizes. December 7, 2017, tenants residing at...
Seniors residing in Park Place Apartments need only step outside their doors to enjoy a variety of daily activities and a hot meal courtesy of Area Agency on Aging. I’m here five days a week,” said Park Place resident, Marie Jenner. “I enjoy playing bingo, cards, and...
The Fair Housing Act protects people from discrimination when they are renting, buying, or securing financing for any housing. The prohibitions specifically cover discrimination because of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability and the presence of children. For additional information click here.
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