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Secretary Alphonso Jackson on visit to Dallas, Texas

Secretary Alphonso Jackson on visit to Dallas, Texas



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Event: Secretary Alphonso Jackson on visit to Dallas, Texas

Subject Description: Secretary Alphonso Jackson in Dallas, Texas, for meetings with local officials; visit to Greenleaf Village, a 68-acre housing development on the site of former barracks-style public housing; presentation to Texas Congressman Pete Sessions of a symbolic check representing HUD's $94.5 million grant to Texas for stimulation of local economies, provision of affordable housing, aid to the homeless, and assistance to families and individuals with HIV/AIDS; and appearance at a Texas Rangers baseball game to throw out the first pitch.

Creator: David Valdez--HUD
207-DP-8839 - Secretary Alphonso Jackson on visit to Dallas, Texas



15/04/2004 - 16/04/2004


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