Opportunity Fund Scholarships are available to Alta Housing residents with financial support to invest in their future through higher education.  Residents who are 22 or older and have lived in Alta Housing communities for a year or longer will be able to apply for scholarships to help them advance their careers.  These scholarships can be used for certificate programs, community college or a four-year degree. It is our hope that Alta Housing residents will use these funds to achieve career …

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Randy Tsuda, CEO and president of  Alta Housing, builder of affordable housing, talks about the recently approved 59-apartment Wilton Court project in Palo Alto and the challenges and opportunities for solving the Bay Area’s housing crisis. Palo Alto Weekly journalists Jocelyn Dong and Gennady Sheyner join Tsuda for the conversation.

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Article Posted by Palo Alto Online Randy Tsuda, who has served as director of Mountain View’s Community Development Department for the past decade, will be the next president and CEO of Palo Alto Housing, the nonprofit announced Wednesday afternoon. Tsuda will begin his new position on Nov. 14 and will take over a position that has been open since Candice Gonzalez departed in Julyto join Sand Hill Property Company. The nonprofit has developed several below-market-rate housing complexes in recent years, including …

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Article Posted By The Registry SF PALO ALTO, Calif. – Palo Alto Housing (PAH), a leading developer and manager of low- and moderate-income housing in the San Francisco Bay Area, announced today that Randy Tsuda has been named President and Chief Executive Officer. Tsuda is currently the Community Development Director of the City of Mountain View. He will begin at PAH on November 14th. “Randy has led the way to bring more affordable housing to the City of Mountain View,” …

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Published in The Mercury News Written by JACQUELINE LEE A $33 million affordable housing development — the first in Mountain View to set aside units just for military veterans — broke ground on Monday. The new Eagle Park Apartments at 1701 W. El Camino Real will have 62 studios and five one-bedroom apartments. Tenants will be low-income veterans and households earning up to 60 percent of the county’s median income. Candice Gonzalez, president and chief executive officer of Palo Alto Housing, asked …

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