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Under the direction of the Director of Central Maintenance and Capital Improvement, the Assistant Director of Central Maintenance and Capital Improvement assist in all aspects relating to property maintenance, force account labor programs...
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Under the direction of the Executive Director or his designee, the Director of Central Maintenance and Capital Improvement is responsible for all aspects relating to property maintenance, force account labor programs...
The purpose of the position is to assist the Director of Central Maintenance and Capital Improvement (DCMCI) in performing the work relating to property maintenance, force account labor programs, maintenance staff...
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge and other Federal and local officials join Mayor Ras J. Baraka in visiting Newark Housing Authority sites that continue to actively respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Secretary Fudge joined participants and representatives of St. James Health at an active vaccination site located at Wynona Lipman Gardens and also reviewed the progress at Woodlawn Village, which was reopened to house residents during the height of the pandemic.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka, City of Newark Homelessness Czar Sakinah Hoyte, in partnership with the City’s Economic Housing and Development Department and the Newark Housing Authority, today announced that the City will again challenge developers and service providers to partner to create up to 120 Housing First transitional, permanent, and supportive housing units, to help end homelessness in Newark under the second phase of the Making Housing Homes: A Housing First Initiative challenge.
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The Newark Housing Authority and its Board of Commissioners have officially unveiled two mid-size mobile command centers to augment the over 1,000 cameras installed throughout public housing buildings and grounds. These type of pro-active efforts have led to an 11% decrease in crime throughout public housing this past year,” said Public Safety Director Captain Tyrone Broner. “We will be deploying these command centers into priority areas to deter crime, to assist in enforcing COVID-19 social distancing rules, and to discourage any large gatherings.” The security program also benefits from desk guards and arm guards to safeguard the public safety of its residents.
The Housing Authority’s public safety department worked in collaboration with the information technology department to assure continuous roving camera access and uninterrupted internet service. The vehicles are also equipped with an open canopy option for community policing events and resident services activities. “The idea of extending this public safety tool arose after witnessing violations of social distancing rules during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Executive Director Victor Cirilo. “These vehicles will go a long way in assuring that we are responsibly monitoring unauthorized large gatherings while providing improved public safety to our clients.”
The Housing Authority oversees 24 public housing properties, multiple mix income sites, and a rental assistance program with a total client population of over 16,000 families and over 40,000 total residents.
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