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Hurricane Katrina [evacuees], Dallas, Texas. [Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Dallas, where they met with local housing officials and Katrina evacuees, and toured new homes for families displaced by the disaster.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to New Orleans, Louisiana, where he toured some of the city's public housing communinties (including the Lafitte and C.J. Peete public housing developments), participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for a community center near the new Abundance Square-Treasure Village mixed-income community in the Upper Ninth Ward, visited a family (Lillie Daniels and Ronald Craig) that used a HUD program (Housing Choice Voucher Homeownership Program) to become first-time homeowners, and met with city officials to get a briefing on New Orleans' ongoing [post-Hurricane Katrina] recovery

[Visit of Assistant Secretary for Community Planning and Development, Pamela Patenaude, and other HUD officials to New Orleans and surrounding areas of Louisiana, where they inspected hurricane-related damage and recovery efforts, and joined Habitat for Humanity Vice President Paul Rogers at an event in Covington marking the awarding of a HUD grant to Habitat for post-Katrina rebuilding efforts]

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, [visited by Secretary Shaun Donovan, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research Raphael Bostic, and other HUD officials for tours, participation as part of the U.S. delegation to the] World Urban Forum 5

Hurricane Katrina [evacuees], Dallas, Texas. [Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Dallas, where they met with local housing officials and Katrina evacuees, and toured new homes for families displaced by the disaster.]

Hurricane Ivan, Alabama. [Damage, cleanup, rebuilding; Secretary Alphonso Jackson, Alabama Governor Bob Riley meeting with residents.]

Hurricane Ivan, Alabama. [Damage, cleanup, rebuilding; Secretary Alphonso Jackson, Alabama Governor Bob Riley meeting with residents.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan: [Highlight views from first year of tenure, used for] Urban World Magazine

Hurricane Ivan, Alabama. [Damage, cleanup, rebuilding; Secretary Alphonso Jackson, Alabama Governor Bob Riley meeting with residents.]

Hurricane Ivan, Alabama. [Damage, cleanup, rebuilding; Secretary Alphonso Jackson, Alabama Governor Bob Riley meeting with residents.]

Mississippi, One year after Katrina [compilation:] Views of Hurricane Katrina-related damage, recovery efforts in Biloxi, Mississippi area; and announcement in Gulfport by Secretary Alphonso Jackson, with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour and Senator Thad Cochran, of $700 million plan to help Mississippi low-income, elderly, and disabled homeowners rebuild

Mississippi, One year after Katrina [compilation:] Views of Hurricane Katrina-related damage, recovery efforts in Biloxi, Mississippi area; and announcement in Gulfport by Secretary Alphonso Jackson, with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour and Senator Thad Cochran, of $700 million plan to help Mississippi low-income, elderly, and disabled homeowners rebuild

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to Indianapolis, Indiana, for discussions [with Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, other state officials, HUD Office of Inspector General staff, and prosecutors concerning] completion of landlord, tenant fraud cases in the state [Operation Clean Sweep]

Hurricane Ivan, Alabama. [Damage, cleanup, rebuilding; Secretary Alphonso Jackson, Alabama Governor Bob Riley meeting with residents.]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson to New Orleans, Louisiana, [where he met with officials, members of the media, and joined] New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin and Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco at a press conference [on Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts: "The Road Home"]

Hurricane Ivan, Alabama. [Damage, cleanup, rebuilding; Secretary Alphonso Jackson, Alabama Governor Bob Riley meeting with residents.]

[Visit of Assistant Secretary for Community Planning and Development, Pamela Patenaude, and other HUD officials to New Orleans and surrounding areas of Louisiana, where they inspected hurricane-related damage and recovery efforts, and joined Habitat for Humanity Vice President Paul Rogers at an event in Covington marking the awarding of a HUD grant to Habitat for post-Katrina rebuilding efforts]

Hurricane Ivan, Alabama. [Damage, cleanup, rebuilding; Secretary Alphonso Jackson, Alabama Governor Bob Riley meeting with residents.]

Hurricane Katrina [evacuees], Dallas, Texas. [Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Dallas, where they met with local housing officials and Katrina evacuees, and toured new homes for families displaced by the disaster.]

[Visit of Assistant Secretary for Community Planning and Development, Pamela Patenaude, and other HUD officials to New Orleans and surrounding areas of Louisiana, where they inspected hurricane-related damage and recovery efforts, and joined Habitat for Humanity Vice President Paul Rogers at an event in Covington marking the awarding of a HUD grant to Habitat for post-Katrina rebuilding efforts]

Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to Detroit, Michigan for meetings with civic leaders, speech at the Detroit Economic Club

Hurricane Katrina [evacuees], Dallas, Texas. [Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Dallas, where they met with local housing officials and Katrina evacuees, and toured new homes for families displaced by the disaster.]

Hurricane Ivan impact in Alabama; visits by Secretary Alphonso Jackson and Alabama Governor Bob Riley

Hurricane Ivan impact in Alabama; visits by Secretary Alphonso Jackson and Alabama Governor Bob Riley

Hurricane Ivan, Alabama. [Damage, cleanup, rebuilding; Secretary Alphonso Jackson, Alabama Governor Bob Riley meeting with residents.]

Hurricane Ivan, Alabama. [Damage, cleanup, rebuilding; Secretary Alphonso Jackson, Alabama Governor Bob Riley meeting with residents.]

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, [visited by Secretary Shaun Donovan, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research Raphael Bostic, and other HUD officials for tours, participation as part of the U.S. delegation to the] World Urban Forum 5

The new Fischer Public Housing in New Orleans, Louisiana, visited by Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides one year after Hurricane Katrina

[Select views:] Hurricane Katrina [damage, recovery efforts, evacuees, tours and remarks by Secretary Alphonso Jackson and other officials]

Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to Detroit, Michigan for meetings with civic leaders, speech at the Detroit Economic Club

Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to Detroit, Michigan for meetings with civic leaders, speech at the Detroit Economic Club

Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to Detroit, Michigan for meetings with civic leaders, speech at the Detroit Economic Club

Hurricane Ivan, Alabama. [Damage, cleanup, rebuilding; Secretary Alphonso Jackson, Alabama Governor Bob Riley meeting with residents.]

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, [visited by Secretary Shaun Donovan, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research Raphael Bostic, and other HUD officials for tours, participation as part of the U.S. delegation to the] World Urban Forum 5

Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to New Orleans, Louisiana, where he toured some of the city's public housing communinties (including the Lafitte and C.J. Peete public housing developments), participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for a community center near the new Abundance Square-Treasure Village mixed-income community in the Upper Ninth Ward, visited a family (Lillie Daniels and Ronald Craig) that used a HUD program (Housing Choice Voucher Homeownership Program) to become first-time homeowners, and met with city officials to get a briefing on New Orleans' ongoing [post-Hurricane Katrina] recovery

Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to New Orleans, Louisiana, where he toured some of the city's public housing communinties (including the Lafitte and C.J. Peete public housing developments), participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for a community center near the new Abundance Square-Treasure Village mixed-income community in the Upper Ninth Ward, visited a family (Lillie Daniels and Ronald Craig) that used a HUD program (Housing Choice Voucher Homeownership Program) to become first-time homeowners, and met with city officials to get a briefing on New Orleans' ongoing [post-Hurricane Katrina] recovery

[Visit of Assistant Secretary for Community Planning and Development, Pamela Patenaude, and other HUD officials to New Orleans and surrounding areas of Louisiana, where they inspected hurricane-related damage and recovery efforts, and joined Habitat for Humanity Vice President Paul Rogers at an event in Covington marking the awarding of a HUD grant to Habitat for post-Katrina rebuilding efforts]

[Visit of Assistant Secretary for Community Planning and Development, Pamela Patenaude, and other HUD officials to New Orleans and surrounding areas of Louisiana, where they inspected hurricane-related damage and recovery efforts, and joined Habitat for Humanity Vice President Paul Rogers at an event in Covington marking the awarding of a HUD grant to Habitat for post-Katrina rebuilding efforts]

Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Houston, Texas, for meetings with HUD field staff and families, tour of the El Centro de Corazon Clinic, and official announcement of $428.7 million in federal funding to promote long-term hurricane recovery in Texas. [Secretary Jackson was joined at the announcement by Texas Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Houston Mayor Bill White, and Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding Donald Powell, among other officials.]

Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to New Orleans, Louisiana, where he toured some of the city's public housing communinties (including the Lafitte and C.J. Peete public housing developments), participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for a community center near the new Abundance Square-Treasure Village mixed-income community in the Upper Ninth Ward, visited a family (Lillie Daniels and Ronald Craig) that used a HUD program (Housing Choice Voucher Homeownership Program) to become first-time homeowners, and met with city officials to get a briefing on New Orleans' ongoing [post-Hurricane Katrina] recovery

Hurricane Katrina [evacuees], Dallas, Texas. [Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Dallas, where they met with local housing officials and Katrina evacuees, and toured new homes for families displaced by the disaster.]

Hurricane Katrina [evacuees], Dallas, Texas. [Visit of Secretary Alphonso Jackson and aides to Dallas, where they met with local housing officials and Katrina evacuees, and toured new homes for families displaced by the disaster.]

Mississippi, One year after Katrina [compilation:] Views of Hurricane Katrina-related damage, recovery efforts in Biloxi, Mississippi area; and announcement in Gulfport by Secretary Alphonso Jackson, with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour and Senator Thad Cochran, of $700 million plan to help Mississippi low-income, elderly, and disabled homeowners rebuild

Visit of Secretary Steve Preston to Detroit, Michigan for meetings with civic leaders, speech at the Detroit Economic Club

Hurricane Ivan, Alabama. [Damage, cleanup, rebuilding; Secretary Alphonso Jackson, Alabama Governor Bob Riley meeting with residents.]

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