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2010 - Fair Housing Articles Published in 
The Napa Valley Register Newspaper

Group finds discrimination in Napa Valley housing (March 17, 2010) more->


2009 - Fair Housing Articles Published in 
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A silver lining in housing the market: (July 26, 2009) more->

Beleaguered homeowners may find relief in HAMP loans: (July 26, 2009) more->

Keeping foreclosure trouble at bay: (April 25, 2009) more->

Foreclosure workshop: (April 5, 2009) more->

American Canyon may curb changes to mobile parks: (March 30, 2009) more->

City digs deeper for those in need Changing course: Council offers more funds for NEWS, Fair Housing (March 20, 2009) more->

A fair share of vintners' generosity: Dear editor, It is with the utmost sincerity that I would like to thank the members of the Napa Valley Vintners Association and Auction Napa Valley for their tireless fundraising efforts and generous gifts to Napa nonprofits, including Fair Housing Napa Valley. (February 26, 2009) more->

Generous Napans opening doors for others: I’m a third generation Napa native and I love this valley. I am always delighted to point out the positive side of life in our special community. (February 24, 2009) more->

A Winter’s tale: Come along with me on a fascinating journey to visit with a truly extraordinary person. I first met Kathryn Winter through Leadership Napa Valley. (February 2, 2009) more->

Napa mulls its own housing stimulus: City’s special funds may help buy foreclosed homes. (January 30, 2009) more->

Help for housing troubles: A little more than a month ago, I had the good fortune of being teamed up with Kathryn Winter, executive director of Fair Housing Napa Valley, on a Leadership Napa Valley field trip. (January 5, 2009) more->

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2008 - Fair Housing Articles Published in
 
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Growing foreclosure schemes alert prosecutors, advocates: (December 28, 2008) more->

Property tax setback: (November 14, 2008) more ->

Caring and sharing: (November 8, 2008) more->

Auction Napa Valley recipients: (November 8, 2008) more->

Rental market tightens: Vacancy rates fall amid bad housing market (September 28, 2008) more->

Prices are down, but Realtors say mortgage crunch is easing: (October 10, 2008) more->

AmCan, Some Napa Neighborhoods Feeling Foreclosure Pain: (October 10, 2008) more->

14 staffers complete future nonprofit leaders program: (July 31, 2008) more->

How many adults are allowed to reside in a single-family home?: (July 24, 2008) more->

Lawsuit for disabled seniors settled: (June 27, 2008) more->

Apartment owners agree to penalties for ADA troubles: (May 8, 2008) more->

Napa woman given $18,000 after eviction for too many children: (May 2, 2008) more->

Coming out to save their homes: Homeowners flock to St. John's for foreclosure prevention seminar (April 24, 2008) more->

Civil rights era photographer visits Napa: (April 22, 2008) more->

The pendulum swings: It is an interesting coincidence that in the same week our country observes the 40th Anniversary of the 1968 Fair Housing Act we begin to amend the Truth In Lending Act Regulation Z. (April 19, 2008) more->

Community Bulletin Board: Foreclosure forum (April 13, 2008) more->

Caught in the middle with a Napa vacation rental: (March 14, 2008) more->

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2007 - Fair Housing Articles Published in
 
The Napa Valley Register Newspaper

Examine costs of development: (December 17, 2007) more->

Renters left out in cold as vacancy rate hits four-year low: (October 27, 2007) more->

Condo conversion approved for Napa: (September 19, 2007) more->

Renters left out in cold as vacancy rate hits four-year low: (August 16, 2007) more->

Tensions high at mobile home showdown: (July 29, 2007) more->

Where's the problem at Hawthorn Village?: (June 30, 2007) more->

For sale signs going up in Napa: (June 28, 2007) more->

Lawsuit: Napa apartments fail to meet ADA standards: (June 22, 2007) more->

On patrol for fair housing: Expert specializing in housing discrimination issues explains the law: (April 14, 2007) more->

Vets given preference for AmCan housing: (April 11, 2007) more->

Housing discrimination speaker: (April 10, 2007) more->

City, county grapple with major hole in housing funds after fiasco: (January 23, 2007)
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2006 - Fair Housing Articles Published in 
The Napa Valley Register Newspaper


Vintners play central role in housing laborers: (November 29, 2006) more->

Thanks for support of fair housing: (November 24, 2006) more->

Auction Napa Valley 2006 recipients: (November 3, 2006) more->

City should reverse decision to cut Fair Housing: (May 26, 2006) more->

City won't cancel funding cut to low-income housing: (May 4, 2006) more->

Don't cut Fair Housing: (May 3, 2006) more->

City cuts hurt housing advocates: (April 25, 2006) more->

Flores family still looking for new home, 10 days after flood recedes: (January 11, 2006) more->

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2005 - Fair Housing Articles Published in 
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Housing discrimination hurts Napa County: (November 26, 2005) more->

Battle for the lake heating up: (November 23, 2005) more->

Audit finds Napa Latino renters face discrimination: (November 20, 2005) more->

Rent snafus plague hurricane evacuees: FEMA says help on the way for many: (November 14, 2005) more->

New construction of affordable housing provides attractive solution for many Napans: (May 14, 2005) more->

Attorneys, property owners talk fair housing practices: (April 29, 2005) more->

Landlords seeking to convert apartments to condos, city may tighten laws: (April 23, 2005) more->

Fair Housing reaching out to the valley: January 23, 2005) more->

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2004 - Fair Housing Articles Published in 
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Showdown tonight on proposed rent increase at mobile home park: ((October 12, 2004) more->

Real estate in AmCan moving fast: (September 14, 2004) more->

Rent subsidies cut, Napa freezes enrollment: (June 3, 2004) more->

Affordable housing events canceled: (May 20, 2004) more->

Ivan and Jennifer gain housing hope: (May 20, 2004) more->

Housing fair was a miserable success: (May 20, 2004) more->

First-time homebuyers face many obstacles: (May 13, 2004) more->

Open house in Napa to celebrate National Fair Housing Month: (April 22, 2004) more->

Fairway Manor tenants receive 60 day warning: (April 15, 2004) more->

Helping Calistoga homes become more affordable: (April 8, 2004) more->

St. Helena looks for ways to build affordable housing: (March 30, 2004) more->

Winter takes helm of Napa housing group: (March 12, 2004) more->

Fair Housing Center seeking new executive director: (January 9, 2004) more->

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2003 - Fair Housing Articles Published in 
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Government now blamed for help: (December 4, 2003) more->

I was victim of city housing scam: (November 25, 2003) more->

Calistoga Housing workshop Nov. 19: (November 13, 2003) more->

Fair housing group coming to Calistoga; working to eliminate discrimination: (November 13, 2003) more->

Housing service needs helpers: (October 25, 2003) more->

Discrimination foe is Valley's top volunteer: (September 29, 2003) more->

Housing discrimination complaints rising; public supports protections:
(March 19, 2003) more->

Napa property manager replies: (April 2, 2003) more->

Head of fair housing agency survived own rental nightmare:
(March 11, 2003) more->

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2002 - Fair Housing Articles Published in
 
The Napa Valley Register Newspaper


Napa City Council meeting: (December 1, 2002) more->

More changes to area housing services: ( August 9, 2002) more->

City hires temporary fair-housing help: ( July 11, 2002) more->

Next housing agency can help renters: (July 7, 2002) more->

Napa City Council votes to cut ties with housing: (June 21, 2002) more->

Napa City Council Meeting: (June 17, 2002) more->

New agency sought for Napa housing problems: (June 17, 2002) more->

Napa rental agency responds: (May 20, 2002) more->

City wants feds to evaluate rental agency: (May 11, 2002) more->

City announces block grant awards: (May 10, 2002) more->

Napa County Rental Agency Neutral: (April 10, 2002) more->

Director, board members resign from rental services board: (May 3, 2002) more->

NCRIMS unfair to Napa landlords: (April 30, 2002) more->

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