Chester Housing Authority Scores 100 for Management of Housing Voucher Program

The Chester Housing Authority has been notified by the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that it has scored a 100 for its management of the Housing Choice Voucher Program.

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The Spirit: CHA Wins Major Award for Unique Farm/Store Partnership

The Chester Housing Authority (CHA) has won a prestigious Bellamy Award for its unique Bennett Farm marketing partnership with a local grocery store. The Pennsylvania Association of Housing and Redevelopment Agencies (PAHRA) determined that the farm-to-store arrangement was the top community development project from among all entries, including those from much larger housing agencies around the state.

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Delaware County Daily Times: Chester farm shares its bounty

Veterans and children living in Chester Housing Authority properties gathered Thursday at the Ruth L. Bennett Community Farm to showcase their culinary expertise at a farm-to-table fundraising event. For 10 years, the farm has welcomed Chester City residents to its grounds to learn the art of farming and healthy eating. Now, it is bringing together two different CHA program participant groups: Children from low-income families and veterans.

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Delaware County Daily Times: Chester Charter School for Arts opens on former CHA site

Hundreds of excited Chester Charter School for the Arts (CCSA) students and their families attended an open house Thursday afternoon for the new 90,000-square-foot school facility located at 1500 Highland Avenue. The non-profit K-12 public charter school will hold a private ribbon cutting ceremony Friday to mark the opening of their new $25 million campus.

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CLPHA Member Spotlight: CHA’s Ruth Bennett Farm Earns Revenue, Educates Residents About Growing Food

For over a decade, Chester, Pennsylvania was a complete food desert – the city, which sits just outside of Philadelphia and is home to approximately 37,000 people, did not even have one supermarket. Ten years ago, Chester Housing Authority (CHA) Executive Director Steven A. Fischer realized that CHA was sitting on a few acres of land that wasn’t exactly prime for building additional housing, so he drummed up interest in a community garden.

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