Indian and Alaskan native housing programs: hearings before the Subcommittee on Housing and Community Development of the Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-sixth Congress, second session, February 20 and 21, 1980

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37. lappuse - ... means such classes of first liens as are commonly given to secure advances on, or the unpaid purchase price of, real estate, under the laws of the State in which the real estate is located, together with the credit instruments, if any, secured thereby.
22. lappuse - ... to meet the changing program needs. As the housing program progresses, it begins to reach those areas and people that are more difficult to serve. Technical assistance and advice must be more intensive and direct by knowledgeable housing technicians. For example, more of the Bureau personnel will be engaged in the broad range of housing activities and programs, especially those new programs of HUD, and the Farmers Home Administration that provide home ownership to the low income people. Expertise...
124. lappuse - We nave your testimony and it will be entered into the record. If you would like to summarize your statement, we would be happy to hear from you at this time.
201. lappuse - Indians is a substantial reason for this but the primary factor is the trust status of the land. This legal treatment of property, which is so vital and important to Indian sovereignty and cultural existence, effectively prohibits mortgaging of property, thereby eliminating any private, unassisted housing. Should the Department of Housing and...
4. lappuse - IHA's to develop and implement their own project-based budgeting and accounting systems. Despite our progress, the Department is sensitive to the fact that there are special problems unique to the construction and development of Indian and Alaskan Native housing. Foremost is the problem of cost. The Department's attempts at cost containment with respect to Indian housing must, however, consider several reasons for higher Indian housing costs, reasons which go beyond general inflation which is something...
24. lappuse - Indians, to construct, improve, extend or otherwise provide water supply facilities, drainage facilities, sewage-and-waste disposal facilities, and other essential sanitation facilities for Indian homes, communities and lands. Public Law 85-151 authorizes the Public Health Service to participate in the construction of hospital facilities in a community hospital for joint use by Indians and non-Indians.
27. lappuse - THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OF THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON BANKING, FINANCE AND URBAN AFFAIRS...
17. lappuse - It is particularly adaptable and is kept that way in order to get down to the person for whom it is intended with a minimum of administration and a maximum of impact. Nevertheless, an important element of the HIP is that the effort be of a quality and sufficiency that the recipient can take pride in the finished product. HIP housing includes not only the basic necessities of water and utilities but provides for modern conveniences including living space and storage space that are so necessary for...
223. lappuse - Virginia Wyoming C. Mobile Homes Taxed as Real Property Under Other Circumstances Alaska Delaware Louisiana Wisconsin Virginia D. Mobile Homes Taxed as Personal Property. New Mexico Oklahoma Rhode Island Connecticut DESCRIPTION A. Mobile Homes Taxed as Real Property CALIFORNIA Any new mobile home sold on or after July 1, 1930, which is installed for occupancy as a residence, in accordance with Section 18613 of the Health and Safety Code, and which is subject to taxation, shall be subject to local...
75. lappuse - ... do. I report to you that there is both good news and bad news in Indian housing. The good is that 30,000 homes for Indians were built between 1961 and 1979. The bad is that this is not enough. The actual numbers of substandard units has been growing steadily: from 53,000 in 1972 to 62,000 in 1978. Due to a boom in the population of Indians in recent years (between 1960 and 1970, the Indian population doubled) and the fact that the median age of Indians is 20.4 years, there is a sharp increase...

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