City of Madison

Madison City Finance Committee recommends $4.1 million in funds for affordable housing projects

Recommendation pending approval by city council

City of Madison

Experts say gentrification in Madison area due to rapid increase in millennial population

Long-time Madison residents forced to leave city due to high cost of living

Editorial

Editorial Board: Fall 2019 stories to watch

From free speech, to police practices, to juuling, let the Badger Herald Editorial Board be your guide

Herald

Campaigning for change: Rhodes-Conway names affordable housing, public transportation as two key platform points approaching April’s election

As the April 2 mayoral election approaches, Rhodes-Conway reiterates the importance of community and political collaboration to enact change within Madison

City of Madison

As affordable housing options shrink in Madison, local refugee resettlement efforts suffer

Only two refugee resettlement organizations remain in the city, as rising housing prices have edged others out

City of Madison

Ongoing problems at Tree Lane Family Apartments result in nuisance abatement, threatens future of newly proposed supportive housing site

Heartland Housing development must create plan offering increased support to its formerly-homeless tenants

Herald

UW students set their sights on local elections to bolster campus representation in city government

Affordable housing, sustainable transportation among issues raised by student candidates looking to bring fresh perspectives to the eighth district

Column

Requiring usage of support services may remedy underlying causes of homelessness

Though the City of Madison is on the right track to reducing homelessness, there is always room for improvement

City of Madison

Madison recommends $4.5 million for affordable housing developments

Four new developments to go up in Madison to serve veterans, homeless, residents below poverty line

Features

Overdue: As the city expands affordable housing, barriers for those in need persist

While the federal government contemplates a comprehensive definition for homelessness, a low vacancy rate and towering rent keep low-income individuals on the street