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From Strategies To Realities For More Affordable Housing In Chattanooga

Nicole Heyman
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Nicole Heyman

As the City of Chattanooga aims to boost affordable housing, Nicole Heyman is just a few months into her new job as the city’s Chief Housing Officer.

Before Chattanooga, she lived nearly thirty years in New Orleans - where her work in various roles was shaped by the rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina, which devastated that city in 2005.

For developers and landlords interested in applying for funding to create affordable housing units in Chattanooga, learn more here:  https://chattanooga.gov/economic-development/home-application

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