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® Volume 16, Number 2 Spring 2012 Next Housing Connection to switch to online blog format Starting this summer, Hous-ing Connection will switch from a quarterly printed newsletter to an online blog with new content added several times a week. This is the last printed issue subscribers will receive. The new blog format will allow Housing Connection to provide several new benefi ts to its read-ers, making the newsletter a more valuable source of infor-mation to Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency customers and stakeholders. With a constant stream of fresh content, readers will get informa-tion as its available instead of Housing Connection Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency P.O. Box 26720 Oklahoma City, OK 73126 Presorted Standard U.S. Postage Paid Permit No. 2000 Okla City, OK Tulsa man’s mindset changed by Family Self- Suffi ciency Program and helps him achieve full-time employment Cul-de-sac in City of Moore features three beautiful homes for fi rst-time homebuyers Trustees award nine projects $4.3 million in Tax Credits LOOK INSIDE! one or two months later. A blog also allows readers to directly comment on articles or to ask OHFA staff questions. With the addition of search capabilities and online archiving, readers can quickly and easily search Housing Connection for information related to a specifi c program or topic. New and current readers should send their email ad-dress to communications@ ohfa.org to be added to the new Housing Connection blog mailing list. A postcard remind-ing readers to subscribe will also be mailed. OHFA property completely tobacco free since May 1 T o comply with Executive Order 2012-01 signed by Governor Mary Fallin earlier this year, the State of Oklahoma is transitioning to a tobacco-free policy for all state properties. The new policy serves to cre-ate a safer work environment for employees and visitors and to set a model for healthy workplaces across Oklahoma. Consistent with this Execu-tive Order, which combats the state’s leading cause of prevent-able death and disease and sets a positive example for the entire state, Oklahoma Hous-ing Finance Agency’s new policy prohibits ALL tobacco use on its property. The policy went into ef-fect May 1, 2012. Signs that include the Breathe Easy logo posted in the parking lot entrances and outside of the building alert visitors of the new policy. Board Chairman honored for decade of service Richard Lillard of Miami, Oklahoma became chairman of Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency’s Board of Trustees in 2002. On behalf of the entire agency, OHFA Executive Director Dennis Shockley honored Lillard dur-ing the May 16 Board of Trustees meeting with a special award commemorating his decade of distinguished service, guid-ance and outstanding leader-ship. During his tenure, Lillard has been especially passionate about rural Oklahoma and OHFA’s Family Self Suffi ciency Program. “I want to personally thank Mr. Lillard for his advice, support and en-couragement these past 10 years,” Shockley said. OHFA Executive Director Dennis Shockley (right) presents a 10- year service award to Board Chairman Richard Lillard.
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|Title||Housing connection, spring 2012, v.16 no.2|
Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency.
|Purpose||Next Housing Connection to switch to online blog format; Board Chairman honored for decade of service; OHFA property completely tobacco free since May 1; Cul-de-sac in City of Moore features three beautiful homes for first-time homebuyers; Trustees award nine projects $4.3 million in Tax Credits; Rolling Meadows home to couple with newborn|
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