To provide improved living conditions for very low and low income families while maintaining their rent payments at an affordable level.
To operate a socially and financially sound Public Housing Agency that provides decent and sanitary housing within a drug free and suitable living environment for tenants and their families.
To avoid concentrations of economically and socially deprived families in any one or all of the Brunswick Housing Authority’s Public Housing developments.
To lawfully deny the admission of applicants or the continued occupancy of residents who’s habits and practices reasonable may be expected to adversely affect the health, safety, comfort or welfare of other residents or the physical environment of the neighborhood or create a danger to Brunswick Housing Authority employees.
To attempt to house a tenant body in each development that is composed of families with a broad range of incomes and rent paying abilities that are representative of the range of low-income families in the Brunswick Housing Authority’s jurisdiction.
To provide opportunities for upward mobility or families who desire to achieve self-sufficiency.
To facilitate the judicious management of the Brunswick Housing Authority inventory and the efficient management of the Brunswick Housing Authority staff.
To ensure compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and all other applicable Federal laws and regulations so that the admissions and continued occupancy are conducted without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, national origin, handicap or familial status.