Lebanon Housing Authority Board

Purpose / Charge


Lebanon Housing Authority is a public housing agency servicing the City of Lebanon pursuant to State and Federal laws. LHA's mission is to provide affordable, decent, safe and sanitary housing to income-eligible residents in the community. The LHA is overseen by a six-member Board of Commissioners and managed by professional staff. Funding is provided primarily from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and revenues derived from rents and fees.

The role of the LHA Board is to establish administrative, operational, admissions and occupancy policies in accordance with Federal guidelines. It also is responsible for approving all budgets, financial reports, contracts, and disbursements. It reviews all newly proposed housing assistance programs within the City's jurisdiction and submits recommendations and/or reports to the City Council and any other local board as warranted.

Membership


Five Citizen members appointed by the City Council for staggered five-year terms. As allowed by law, a sixth member was appointed May 6, 2002 who must be a public housing resident or assisted housing participant within the programs administered by the authority.

Meetings

 
  • 8 a.m.
  • Third Wednesday of every month
  • Lebanon Housing Authority
    Executive Director's Office
    31 Romano Circle
    West Lebanon, NH 03766

History


The LHA and its Board of Commissioners are established in accordance with Chapter 203 of NH State Law by City Council resolution adopted July 9, 1964.

Additional Information


For more information about the Lebanon Housing Authority, please call 603-298-5753 or visit their website at www.lebanonhousing.org.

Members

 
  • Pamela Bean
    Term Expires: July 2018
  • Carolyn Crocker 
    Term Expires: July 2021
  • Juliette King, Public Housing Resident 
    Term Expires: September 2017
  • James Moretti 
    Term Expires: January 2019
  • Shelly Lynn Moses 
    Term Expires: October 2019
  • Darcy Rogers 
    Term Expires: September 2017