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News Release Contact: Shanna L.
NORTH DAKOTA FAIR HOUSING COUNCIL, INC.(Serving North Dakota and Eastern South Dakota)
533 Airport Road, Suite C
Bismarck, ND 58504Toll Free 1-888-265-0907
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For Further Information: Amy Schauer Nelson - 701/221-2530
(BISMARCK, ND, Oct.
Southern California Housing Rights CenterLos Angeles, CAContact: Gary Rhoades, Litigation Director213/387-8400
For Immediate Release
Contact person: Joe Wincze/Bpt Fair Housing Office, 45 Lyon Terrace, Bridgeport, CT 06604 (203)576-8323
(BRIDGEPORT, Ct., Sept.
PRESS RELEASEKentucky Fair Housing Council 436 S.
(Stamford, CT, Aug. 29, 2003) -- Alleging to be a violation of the by-laws, this past spring a condo association in Stamford, CT had ordered a Jewish couple to remove the religious scroll off their front door or risk paying a fine; now five months later, the association is the one having to pay and the amount is $4,000!
Elie and Ziona Doft- Orthodox Jews residing in the condominium complex known as "Washington Mews" - were appalled when they received notice that the association's Board of Directors had decided the mezuzah affixed to their front door must be taken down.
Sentinel Fair Housings research and presentation of data regarding common interest development foreclosures have been acknowledged as pivotal to the understanding of the seriousness of these issues and to policy change in the interests of Californias homeowners.
Sentinel was inspired to begin this research two years ago when a counselor received a call from a disabled man whose condominium home of 38 years was being foreclosed by his homeowners association because of an unpaid water bill.
(Palm Beach County Fla., August 28, 2003) - On this historic day commemorating the 40th Anniversary of Dr. Kings "I Have A Dream Speech" and the March on Washington for the end of bigotry and discrimination, the Fair Housing Center of the Greater Palm Beaches (FHC) has settled a crucial federal lawsuit in Palm Beach County. The suit, brought against Country Club Village Apartments, CCVA partnership and Ed Morales, the property manager, has been settled for $113,500.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 27, 2003August 26, 2003 -- The Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law has released new editions of its popular publications on the housing rights of people with disabilities -- a fair-housing handbook and a review of court cases and other materials interpreting federal and state laws that ban zoning and housing discrimination based on disability.The 2003 edition of What Does "Fair Housing" Mean for People with Disabilities has updated references to judicial decisions and federal laws supporting text in question-and-answer format.
For Immediate Release: August 7, 2003
Contact: Christopher Burley, Bazelon Center, 202-467-5730 x 133or email@example.com
Kathy Marma, AARP Florida, 727-592-8004 or KMarma@aarp.org