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Fort Worth Business Press: August 15, 2018

Fort Worth’s public housing authority is overhauling itself

Next City: July 18, 2018

Development plans already in place around new TEXRail line

NBC5: June 15, 2018

Fort Worth’s first transit-oriented development is back on track

Fort Worth Star-Telegram: June 14, 2018

Fort Worth’s solution to affordable housing crisis: Build its own

NBC5: May 31, 2018

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Fort Worth Business Press: November 24, 2017

For first time in six years, Fort Worth Housing voucher waitlist opens

NBC DFW Channel 5: November 14, 2017

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Fort Worth Star-Telegram: November 1, 2017

Butler Place redevelopment gets boost with hiring of a master developer

Fort Worth Star-Telegram: March 22, 2017

Fort Worth erasing stereotypes of affordable housing

CBS DFW Channel 11: March 20, 2017

Developers named for Butler Place redevelopment plan

Fort Worth Business Press: March 21, 2017

Fort Worth Housing Solutions picks developer to rework massive Butler Place site

NBC DFW Channel 5: March 20, 2017

Fort Worth’s Butler Place housing project may close

NBC DFW Channel 5: January 3, 2017

The changing face of Fort Worth public housing

NBC DFW Channel 5: October 26, 2016

Pace picking up on plans to redevelop World War II-era…

Fort Worth Star Telegram: September 10, 2016

Affordable housing: Not just for the poor

FWinc.: July 15, 2016

Fort Worth Housing Solutions preserves development

Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits:  April, 2016

New name, new game plan for affordable housing in Fort Worth

Fort Worth Business Press:  March 18, 2016

Hunter Plaza affordable housing reopens in downtown Fort Worth

Fort Worth Star Telegram:  February 24, 2016

Downtown Fort Worth apartments reopen

CBS Channel 11:  February 24, 2016

Honoring Fort Worth Housing Solutions’ New President

Elected officials, HUD officials and community leaders celebrated the appointment of Mary-Margaret Lemons as the agency’s president at a reception inside the pavilion at Sundance Square Plaza April 12.

Speaking from the podium, Fort Worth Assistant City Manager Fernando Costa stressed the importance of the agency’s partnership with the city. “For that partnership to work, we need leadership that can see above the tall grass but have its feet firmly on the ground,” he said to the crowd.

“We need leadership that can move the community forward but at a rate at which the rest of us can move as well,” he said, praising the Board of Commissioners for appointing Lemons.

Board of Commissioners Chairperson Terri Attaway introduced Lemons as the right leader for this time in the agency’s history. Regenia Hawkins, a director at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in Fort Worth, thanked Lemons for taking the job and described the agency as HUD’s partner.

“I’m so very honored and humbled to have been selected to serve as Fort Worth Housing Solution’s president,” said Lemons at the event. “It’s a special honor for me because it provides me an opportunity, as a long-time resident of Fort Worth, to serve my hometown. To do all that I can, working alongside each of you, to provide much-needed quality, affordable housing to our fellow citizens and neighbors.”