Public Notice Regarding Angie’s Housing Program

April 28, 2021

Notice is hereby given that, on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM

New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority (the Authority) will hold a public hearing via electronic means in accordance with Emergency Order #12 pursuant to Executive Order 2020-04 with respect to a proposal for financing by the Authority for a project known as Angie’s Housing Program. The Authority intends to approve the use of up to $140,000 in Affordable Housing Fund (AHF) monies as a part of the project financing; the amount approved may be decreased or increased at the Authority’s discretion. The proposed financing is for the conversion of an existing boarding house into 11 apartments at 434 Union Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. The proposed $1.77M project will provide 11 units of rental housing. The owner and operator of the proposed project will be FIT-NHNH, Inc. located in Manchester, New Hampshire. The hearing will be open to the public by telephone. The following telephone number is provided to give the public access to the hearing; callers will be prompted to enter the meeting ID: (800) 644-9886, meeting ID: 145 941 2000. If callers experience problems accessing the electronic hearing, they can call Jessica McCarthy at 603-310-9272.

Information about New Hampshire Housing, the proposed project, and the Affordable Housing Fund will be made available on our website.

The Authority is the administrator of the Affordable Housing Fund pursuant to RSA 204-C:56-62 and has established Rules for the administration of the Affordable Housing Fund (HFA 113).

Written comments will be accepted for two business days following the public hearing, and must be received by email, fax, or physical delivery no later than 5:00 p.m. on May 14, 2021.

For more information, or to send comments as outlined above, contact:

Nathan Robinson
New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority
PO Box 5087
Manchester, NH 03110
603-310-9364 (Phone)
603-310-9364 (Fax)

DEAN CHRISTON Executive Director