1997 issues of The Advocate
The FFIEC is a coordinating body for fivegovernment agencies. It has released Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) data annuallysince 1990.
The August 7 settlement includes $2.5 million in legal fees, $308,000for 44 families who were unfairly evicted from their homes, and $200,000 for 100 familieswho will displaced under a new urban renewal program. The remaining settlement money willgo toward the construction of two new parks and a community center.
Central Alabama Fair Housing Center $350,000 207 Montgomery St., Suite 725 Montgomery, AL 36104 (334) 263-4663 Faith Cooper, Executive Director
The Arkansas Fair Housing Council $340,503 901 Carpenter St.
Gino Marconi, the owner of a home at the Pompano Beach Club Condominium South, took his family to the pool at his complex in February 1994. Signs at the pool read "NO CHILDREN ALLOWED." Marconi's two daughters, Ashley and Tiffany, were both under 18 at the time.
Complex tried to make woman give up her service dog bythreatening eviction
In May 1995, Darla Moyer-Sims responded to an advertisement for a"large charming studio" apartment in southeast Portland. Moyer-Sims thought thatit would be ideal for herself and her three year old daughter.
HDP asserted in its complaintthat the owners and managers of Franklin Court Apartments in North Adams had violatedMassachusetts fair housing laws.