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«I. Rich Zwicker and Kelly Rider of HDC: Affordable Housing Week 2016 and a review of municipal outreach efforts. (20 minutes). II. Margret Graham: ...»

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Anyone requiring an accommodation consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact the MHCF division at 206-464-7139 or 1-800-767-HOME (in state) at least 48 hours in advance of the hearing.

The results of the hearing will be sent to the Governor for approval.

NOTICE OF HEARING OF SHAG AFFORDABLE SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITIES

The Washington State Housing Finance Commission (the "Commission") will hold open public hearings for the purpose of considering the issuance by the Commission of one or more series of tax–exempt revenue bonds (the "Bonds") to finance a portion of the costs of acquiring and rehabilitating four senior housing facilities in the communities of Kent, Federal Way and Renton, King County, Washington, which are part of six projects expected to be owned by SHAG Affordable Senior Living Associates (1) Limited Partnership, a Washington limited partnership ("Borrower"). The public hearings will be held starting at 1:00 p.m., Thursday, April 28, 2016 in the 28th Floor Board Room of the Commission's offices located at 1000 Second Ave., Seattle, Washington 98104–3601.

The Bonds will be issued pursuant to Chapter 43.180 Revised Code of Washington, and the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.

The proceeds of the Bonds will be used to provide financing for six similar projects (the "Portfolio")

including the following Facilities:

–  –  –

Proceeds of the Bonds are expected to be used to provide a portion of the financing for the acquisition and rehabilitation of the projects in the Portfolio, which include each of the 50-unit Gowe Court Apartments, the 99-unit Titus Court Apartments, the 98-unit Willamette Court Apartments, and the 98unit Cedar River Court Apartments and Single Family Dwelling (each, a "Facility" and together, the "Facilities") and to pay a portion of the costs of issuing the Bonds. Each apartment will be a complete and separate dwelling unit consisting of living, eating and sanitation facilities. A percentage of the total units in each Facility will be set aside for persons with low incomes.

The total aggregate estimated cost of the acquisition and rehabilitation of the Portfolio and costs of issuance of the Bonds is estimated to be $39,997,068.

Written comments with respect to the proposed Facilities and the proposed Bonds may be mailed or faxed to the attention of Jason Hennigan, WSHFC, Multifamily Housing and Community Facilities Division, 1000 Second Avenue, Suite 2700, Seattle, WA 98104-3601 or to (206) 587-5113, for receipt no later than 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. Public testimony will be heard from all interested members of the public attending the hearing. The Commission will consider the public testimony and written comments in determining if the Facilities will receive funding from the Bonds. Testimony and written comments regarding land use, zoning and environmental regulation should be directed to the local jurisdiction that is authorized to consider these matters when issuing building permits for the Facilities.

Anyone requiring an accommodation consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact the Multifamily Housing and Community Facilities Division at 206-464-7139 or 1-800-767-HOME (in state) at least 48 hours in advance of the hearing.

The results of the hearing will be sent to the Governor for approval.

NOTICE OF HEARING OF SHAG AFFORDABLE SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITIES

The Washington State Housing Finance Commission (the "Commission") will hold open public hearings for the purpose of considering the issuance by the Commission of one or more series of tax–exempt revenue bonds (the "Bonds") to finance a portion of the costs of acquiring and rehabilitating two senior housing facilities in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington, which are part of six projects expected to be owned by SHAG Affordable Senior Living Associates (1) Limited Partnership, a Washington limited partnership ("Borrower"). The public hearings will be held starting at 1:00 p.m., Thursday, April 28, 2016 in the 28th Floor Board Room of the Commission's offices located at 1000 Second Ave., Seattle, Washington 98104–3601.

The Bonds will be issued pursuant to Chapter 43.180 Revised Code of Washington, and the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.

The proceeds of the Bonds will be used to provide financing for six similar projects (the "Portfolio"),

including the following Facilities:

–  –  –

Proceeds of the Bonds are expected to be used to provide a portion of the financing for the acquisition and rehabilitation of the projects in the Portfolio, which include each of the 39-unit Conservatory Place I Apartments and the 49-unit Conservatory Place II Apartments (each, a "Facility" and together, the "Facilities"), and to pay a portion of the costs of issuing the Bonds. Each apartment will be a complete and separate dwelling unit consisting of living, eating and sanitation facilities. A percentage of the total units in each Facility will be set aside for persons with low incomes.

The total aggregate estimated cost of the acquisition and rehabilitation of the Portfolio and costs of issuance of the Bonds is estimated to be $39,997,068.

Written comments with respect to the proposed Facilities and the proposed Bonds may be mailed or faxed to the attention of Jason Hennigan, WSHFC, Multifamily Housing and Community Facilities Division, 1000 Second Avenue, Suite 2700, Seattle, WA 98104-3601 or to (206) 587-5113, for receipt no later than 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. Public testimony will be heard from all interested members of the public attending the hearing. The Commission will consider the public testimony and written comments in determining if the Facilities will receive funding from the Bonds. Testimony and written comments regarding land use, zoning and environmental regulation should be directed to the local jurisdiction that is authorized to consider these matters when issuing building permits for the Facilities.

Anyone requiring an accommodation consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact the Multifamily Housing and Community Facilities Division at 206-464-7139 or 1-800-767-HOME (in state) at least 48 hours in advance of the hearing.

The results of the hearing will be sent to the Governor for approval.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The Washington State Housing Finance Commission (the “Commission”) will hold an open public hearing for the purpose of considering the allocation by the Commission of federal low-income housing tax credits (the “Credits”) to sponsor multifamily residential projects. The projects to be considered for an allocation of Credits are posted on the Commission’s website at http://www.wshfc.org/mhcf/9percent/2016list.pdf. The open public hearing will be held at 1:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the consideration of any other Commission business will allow, on Thursday, April 28th, 2016, in the Commission’s Board Room, 1000 Second Avenue, 28th Floor, Seattle, Washington. Anyone requiring an accommodation consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact the Multifamily Housing and Community Facilities Division at 206.464.7139 or 1.800.767.HOME (in state) at least 48 hours in advance of the hearing.

The Credits will be allocated pursuant to the authority of the Commission under Chapter 43. 180 RCW as amended, Executive Order 94-05, dated April 2, 1994, and the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. As a condition of receiving an allocation of tax credits and under a competitive process, the developers commit to serving very low and extremely low income and special needs populations for up to 40 years.

Written comments with respect to the proposed projects and allocation of Credits may be emailed

to lisa.vatske@wshfc.org, mailed or faxed to the Washington State Housing Finance Commission (Attention:

Lisa Vatske, MHCF Division Director, 1000 Second Avenue, Suite 2700, Seattle, Washington, 98104-1046; fax number 206.587.5113) for receipt no later than 5:00 p.m. on April 27th, 2016. The public testimony will be heard from all interested members of the public attending the hearing. The Commission will consider the public testimony and written comments in determining if the projects will receive Credits; however, the Commission will not consider testimony and written comments regarding land use, zoning, and environmental regulation, which should be directed to the local jurisdictions that are authorized to consider these matters when issuing building permits for the project.



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