Affordable housing Lansing Housing Commission Boss Resigns By Scott Pohl • Sep 4, 2018 Courtesy photo Martell Armstrong, executive director of the Lansing Housing Commission, has resigned. Historic Portland School Transformed Into Affordable Housing By Katie Cook • May 14, 2018 Katie Cook / WKAR-MSU An abandoned school building in Portland, Michigan has been turned into affordable housing for families and singles. The grand opening took place last week and WKAR’s Katie Cook was there. Listen Listening... / 3:48 Redevelopment Team Selected For Affordable Rentals In Flint By Associated Press • May 3, 2018 WKAR - MSU A team has been selected to redevelop a site in Flint where 78 units of affordable, rental housing are planned for low-income residents. Ann Arbor's Mayor Talks About Affordable Housing, Water and The Arts By Brooke Allen • Dec 11, 2017 Reginald Hardwick / WKAR-MSU Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor joined WKAR's Brooke Allen for "Mondays with the Mayor" on December 11th. Listen Listening... / 9:13 WKAR's Brooke Allen talks with Ann Arbor mayor Christopher Taylor. Old Auditorium Torn Down To Build Affordable Housing By Katie Cook • Aug 24, 2017 Katie Cook / WKAR Public Media The Walnut Park Apartments project is an affordable housing apartment complex that will be built on the campus of the former Michigan School for the Blind. Listen Listening... / 1:09 WKAR's Katie Cook reports on property on the former Michigan School for the Blind campus is being transformed to affordable housing apartments. Affordable Apartments To Replace Auditorium On Michigan School For The Blind Campus By Reginald Hardwick • Aug 23, 2017 The Whitsett Group On Thursday, Lansing will tear down an old auditorium to make way for affordable apartment units. Listen Listening... / 0:32 WKAR's Reginald Hardwick previews a demolition project expected to make way for affordable housing in Lansing. Officials: 'No Foreigners' Sale Sign in Mason Violates Civil Rights By Associated Press • Aug 8, 2017 Flickr Creative Commons A veteran's front-yard sign advertising the sale of his home violates state and federal anti-discrimination laws because it indicates the owner won't sell to foreigners, according to Michigan Department of Civil Rights officials. Holt Welcomes New Affordable Housing Community By Reginald Hardwick • Jun 28, 2017 Reginald Hardwick / WKAR-MSU The newest option for affordable housing in Delhi Township is getting a thumbs up from residents and from community leaders. Listen Listening... / 1:37 WKAR's Reginald Hardwick reports on the ribbon cutting for Prestwick Village apartments in Holt.