Tenants Uplift Voices at HUD Tenants Town Hall 2019

Last updated: October 29, 2019 – 9:49 AM

Metropolitan Tenants Organization’s HUD Tenants Town Hall took place on Thursday, October 17, 2019 at the Martin Luther King Center in Bronzeville with the support of Southside Together Organizing for Power (STOP). The Town Hall is an annual event hosted by MTO’s HUD Tenant Committee where tenant leaders have the opportunity to directly address their building concerns with key administrators from the Midwest Regional Office of HUD.¬†About 100 tenants, community activists, and advocates for affordable housing preservation, attended the event where 15 speakers voiced specific maintenance concerns and frustrations with property owners, management, security, and their overall living conditions. HUD officers provided promises to investigate and remedy many of the situations within their capacity. Stay tuned for updates on the promises made to the people.¬†

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  1. i have been a advocate for MTO for a long time Now i’m asking for some assistant concerning my apartment its been since may 2019 the landlord removed a light bulb for my son room due to a leaking roof
    they patch it up with wire tape ,, and it now Nov 2019 .. in what way should i address this matter

    1. I need more information to be able to assist you. First is this a subsidized unit? If it is, you should contact our tenants rights hotline as your remedies become more complicated.

      Another question, has the leaking roof been resolved or is the leak still which will add complications. Roofs are harder for a tenant to take action on. Or is it just the light needs to be repaired. You can respond to this email or call out tenants rights hotline at 773-292-4988.

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