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Visit of Secretary Shaun Donovan to Tampa, Florida, where he toured the Ella [Senior Residences, the first completed apartment building within the Encore Housing Development (funded through a $30 million Choice Neighborhoods Grant from HUD in 2012), and promoted the Affordable Care Act.  Secretary Donovan was joined on the tour and the health care promotion by Florida Congresswoman Kathy Castor,  Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn, and leaders of the Tampa Housing Authority, among others.]

Visit of Secretary Shaun Donovan to Tampa, Florida, where he toured the Ella [Senior Residences, the first completed apartment building within the Encore Housing Development (funded through a $30 million Choice Neighborhoods Grant from HUD in 2012), and promoted the Affordable Care Act. Secretary Donovan was joined on the tour and the health care promotion by Florida Congresswoman Kathy Castor, Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn, and leaders of the Tampa Housing Authority, among others.]

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Photographer: Jeff Blakley--HUD

Photo Creation Date: 11/8/2013
Visit of Secretary Shaun Donovan to Tampa, Florida, where he toured the Ella [Senior Residences, the first completed apartment building within the Encore Housing Development (funded through a $30 million Choice Neighborhoods Grant from HUD in 2012), and promoted the Affordable Care Act. Secretary Donovan was joined on the tour and the health care promotion by Florida Congresswoman Kathy Castor, Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn, and leaders of the Tampa Housing Authority, among others.]

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