Lifelong Lewis County residents Shirley and Les Moore owned a farm with about two acres just a few miles outside of Vanceburg in northeast Kentucky. When they could no longer tend such a large plot of land, they decided to downsize, finding Central Crossings apartments through a friend at their church who works for People’s Self-Help Housing, Inc., the nonprofit that built and manages the property. “It’s really handy,” said Shirley. “It’s close to the store. It’s close to our kids.” Les agreed. “It couldn’t have worked out any better than it is right here for us.”
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Data is everywhere. Data is complex. Data can be confusing, becoming a four-letter word inducing anxiety, but data is so important as the foundation for making the best decisions, especially when administering housing solutions for families in the most need of shelter solutions and stabilization.
KHC’s Executive Director, Edwin King, talks with executive director of the Tennessee Housing Development Agency, Ralph Perrey, about how these two similar state housing finance agencies, with a shared border and the Fort Campbell military base, are partnering together to meet unique needs.
Executive Director, Edwin King, talks with KHC’s Board Chair, William E. Summers, V., who has served as Chair since August 2008, about coming through the housing crisis, growing through change and innovation, and addressing housing needs for growing populations.
Kentucky Housing Corporation's (KHC) Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Ryan Quarles—who has served as the Commissioner of the Department of Agriculture for the Commonwealth of Kentucky since 2015.
“Earl" (named changed to protect his privacy) visited the soup kitchen on the day I volunteered to prep and serve food. Trays are counted to track the number of hungry folks who came through for a fresh, hot meal.
Podcast Interview with Jim King of Fahe.
For a special Independence Day post, Edwin King sat down with Heather French Henry of the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs (KDVA), and Ron Georgette of Operation Stand Down Kentucky (OSDKY), to talk about the issues that veterans face.
In part two of two special Independence Day podcasts, Kentucky Housing Corporation's Executive Director, Edwin King, talks with Ron Georgette, founder of Operation Stand Down Kentucky
KHC’s Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with the newly named executive director for the National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA), Stockton Williams, for an in-depth conversation about Stockton’s vision to lead this national agency in the arena of affordable housing, when he takes the helm in April of 2018.