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2016 MOTY Nomination Form

 
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Build Alabama: The Partnership That Works – For contractors, subcontractors, vendors, supplies, etc.

In response to both requests and suggestions to create a new membership level within AAHA, we enthusiastically added a Build Alabama Partner member category. It is all about contractors, builders, concrete companies, plumbers, painters, landscape companies, etc. and all those who make affordable housing possible for thousands of Alabama families. This membership category is open to all those companies and individuals that work on Section 42 Apartments from site purchase and preparation to the Grand Opening.
Without the skilled professionals performing every detail required to construct and equip Section 42 apartments, Alabama would be lagging behind in providing affordable housing. Alabama is one of the leading states in the success story of Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) apartments since 1987 thanks to everyone involved. We can acknowledge and thank them through the Build Alabama AAHA Membership.
For only $200 annual dues, Build Alabama Partners receive the list with contact information, for all project awards in Alabama for both new construction and all properties where purchases are scheduled. Members will also get a free advertisement and Special Guest Invitations to each of these events.

RESPONSE TO “JUSTICE DEPARTMENT FILES LAWSUIT ALLEGING DISABILITY-BASED DISCRIMINATION BY DEVELOPER OF 71 APARTMENT COMPLEXES IN ALABAMA, GEORGIA, NORTH CAROLINA, AND TENNESSEE”

For Immediate Release
Thursday October 1, 2015

Allan L. Rappuhn, Florence, Alabama, today commented on the United States Department of Justice’s lawsuit against him, his apartment development, and ownership businesses alleging they failed to design and construct apartments in compliance with applicable disability and accessibility requirements. “Gateway Construction and Gateway Development have been in business for more than 25 years and have developed over 3500 high quality apartment units throughout the southeast, most of which are affordable units with monthly rent of less than $500. Gateway prides itself on running a careful, diligent business in a highly regulated industry. Almost every week we meet the requests of tenants for reasonable accommodation for their disabilities. That is part of who we are.

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