This time in history present an excellent opportunity for a stringent implementation of the Section 3 Program.The Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 provision of Section 3 ensure employment and economic opportunities are to be directed to low, very low income persons, and business concerns. Particularly, recipients including Public and Indian Housing of government financial assistance comply with Section 3 requirements. Participants will review how to determine low-income and very low-income eligibility. In addition to what determines a Section 3 resident and what is a Section 3 business. A review of compliance requirements including reporting requirements to avoid costly legal fees and penalties.
Participants of this Section 3 webinar will learn the basics of developing and implementing a comprehensive Section 3 Plan. This webinar is an excellent review for experienced Section 3 Officers to avoid costly penalties in non-compliance.
Marilyn Patterson-James, M.S. Urban Affairs, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee