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  Section 8 Occupancy Index
  & Handbook, by David Hoicka,
  Regulations and Comprehensive
  Index, page 13,
  2004 Edition, ISBN 1-59330-128-6

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        This web page, reproduced from page 13 of the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Occupancy Index & Handbook, shows where the following Keywords and Phrases are referenced in HUD Section 8 Regulations.

24 CFR 5.628 Total tenant payment................................................................................ 65

24 CFR 5.630 Minimum rent............................................................................................ 65

24 CFR 5.632 Utility reimbursements.............................................................................. 66

24 CFR 5.634 Tenant rent................................................................................................ 67

Section 8 Project-Based Assistance: Occupancy Requirements........................................ 67

24 CFR 5.653 Section 8 project-based assistance programs: Admission--Income-eligibility and income-targeting................................................................................................................................ 67

24 CFR 5.655 Section 8 project-based assistance programs: Owner preferences in selection for a project or unit. 68

24 CFR 5.657 Section 8 project-based assistance programs: Reexamination of family income and composition. 69

24 CFR 5.659 Family information and verification......................................................... 70

24 CFR 5.661 Section 8 project-based assistance programs: Approval for police or other security personnel to live in project.................................................................................................................... 70

Subpart G--Physical Condition Standards and Inspection Requirements......................... 72

24 CFR 5.701 Applicability.............................................................................................. 72

24 CFR 5.703 Physical condition standards for HUD housing that is decent, safe, sanitary and in good repair (DSS/GR).............................................................................................................. 72

24 CFR 5.705 Uniform physical inspection requirements................................................ 73

Subpart H--Uniform Financial Reporting Standards......................................................... 73

24 CFR 5.801 Uniform financial reporting standards...................................................... 73

Subpart I--Preventing Crime in Federally Assisted Housing--Denying Admission and Terminating Tenancy for Criminal Activity or Alcohol Abuse...................................................................... 75

24 CFR 5.850 Which subsidized housing is covered by this subpart?............................. 75

24 CFR 5.851 What authority do I have to screen applicants and to evict tenants?....... 76

24 CFR 5.852 What discretion do I have in screening and eviction actions?.................. 76

24 CFR 5.853 Definitions................................................................................................ 76

Denying Admissions.......................................................................................................... 76

24 CFR 5.854 When must I prohibit admission of individuals who have engaged in drug-related criminal activity?............................................................................................................................... 76

24 CFR 5.855 When am I specifically authorized to prohibit admission of individuals who have engaged in criminal activity?................................................................................................................. 76

24 CFR 5.856 When must I prohibit admission of sex offenders?.................................. 76

24 CFR 5.857 When must I prohibit admission of alcohol abusers?................................ 76

Terminating Tenancy......................................................................................................... 76

24 CFR 5.858 What authority do I have to evict drug criminals?................................... 76

24 CFR 5.859 When am I specifically authorized to evict other criminals?.................... 76

24 CFR 5.860 When am I specifically authorized to evict alcohol abusers?.................... 77

24 CFR 5.861 What evidence of criminal activity must I have to evict?......................... 77

Subpart J--Access to Criminal Records and Information.................................................. 77

24 CFR 5.901 To what criminal records and searches does this subpart apply?.............. 77

24 CFR 5.902 Definitions................................................................................................ 77

24 CFR 5.903 What special authority is there to obtain access to criminal records?....... 78

24 CFR 5.905 What special authority is there to obtain access to sex offender registration information? 81

 


{CFR text source: US GPO, Revised as of April 1, 2003}

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"David Hoicka. Section 8 Occupancy Handbook - Regulations and Comprehensive Index, 2004 Edition, ISBN 1-59330-128-6, 2004 Edition. San Diego, CA: Aventine Press, 2004, at page 13."

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       The goal of this Section 8 Handbook and Index is to simplify Section 8 management, and save time for the busy Section 8 Administrator and Affordable Housing Professional, by making it easier to locate program rules and regulations by looking up key phrases.

       Look up a phrase, and this Index will show you where to find it in the HUD Regs.

       This Section 8 Handbook's Comprehensive Index includes 170 pages of major Section 8 Housing Regulations in current CFRs, and nearly 400 pages of Comprehensive Index, with about 6,300 entries, and over 120,000 references, organizing access to the main sources of regulatory and management control of Section 8 Housing Programs.

  

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David Hoicka is a Senior Executive for Affordable Housing Programs



           David Hoicka supports multicultural communities that work. He has extensive experience on innovative Affordable Housing and Community Development including managing and teaching large HUD low income housing programs nationally across the USA and internationally.

           In particular, David Hoicka works with Public Housing, Housing Choice Voucher (HCV), Section 8, and other Housing and Urban Development (HUD) affordable housing programs, including Tax Credit LIHTC.

           Applying multi-cultural and affordable housing best practices for USA families, David Hoicka has worked on programs of all sizes, developing and managing innovative housing and community development programs for 1000s of families.

           David Hoicka prepares for future growth of the affordable housing program. This includes overseeing about $12.7 million in redevelopment for thousands of public housing units, utilizing contract procurement and force account.

           David Hoicka works to improve relations with stakeholders such as Media and Public, other government agencies; preparing Public Relations plans and options. Also David Hoicka works on Capital Fund Plan financing, procurement, budgeting and cost analysis management.

           He has developed key strategic partnerships with local citizens, government bodies, nonprofit and community organizations to focus efforts of diverse groups onto common goals. David Hoicka has reviewed and assessed award-winning best practices for design, finance, construction, operations and maintenance of low-income housing programs.

           He has promoted economic development and employment issues, including location of jobs; commercial uses permitted, education and healthcare facilities David Hoicka's work involved establishing objectives and performance goals, monitoring progress toward their achievement and setting priorities based on changing requirements.

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