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2018 Annual Performance Report
The Karuk Tribe Housing Authority has prepared its 2018 Annual Performance Report (APR) for submission to the Department of Housing and Urban Development for funds received under the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act (NAHASDA) for Fiscal/Program Year 2018 (10/1/2017 to 9/30/2018).
We welcome constructive public comments from community members, in writing no later than 5pm, Thursday, December 20, 2018.
A copy of the APR is available here 2018 Annual Performance Report and in the following KTHA offices:
KTHA/Karuk Tribe Community Facility, 1836 Apsuun Road, Yreka CA 96097
KTHA Administrative Office, 635 Jacobs Way, Happy Camp CA 96039
Written comments/suggestions may be submitted using this Comment Form to Sara Spence, Executive Director as follows:
Email to: email@example.com
Mail to: Sara Spence, Executive Director, Karuk Tribe Housing Authority, PO Box 1159, Happy Camp, CA 96039-1159
You may also contact our Happy Camp Office at (530) 493-1414. Yootva!
Happy Camp Office
PO Box 1159
635 Jacobs Way
Happy Camp, CA 96039
FAX (530) 493-1415
Mission of the Karuk Tribe Housing Authority
The Karuk Tribe Housing Authority will acquire and maintain assets. KTHA will strive to alleviate the acute shortage of decent, safe and sanitary dwellings for Native American persons of low and moderate income. KTHA will promote and sustain the culture, education, language, health, welfare, self-sufficiency, and economic independence of its residents. Affordable housing services shall include rental, home ownership, and model programs.
Application for Assistance
The first step in applying for assistance is to submit a complete application, available here: KTHA Application Packet
Applications are processed by Patches Marsh, Admissions/Loan Specialist who can be reached at (800) 250-5811, extension 3108 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Board of Commissioners meets twice each month, the meeting location rotates between the housing communities of Yreka, Happy Camp, and Orleans. The Tenant Meeting, usually held the first Monday of each month, is open to the public. The Director Meeting, is a closed meeting.
In accordance with Chapter 12 Grievance Procedures, prior to submitting a request to the BOC, ensure all Tenant Matters have been through all levels of appeal as outlined in this Flowchart. Failure to do so, will result in your request being tabled or returned to staff for review.
To request to be added to the agenda, submit an Agenda Request to:
Sara Spence, Executive Director at email@example.com;
Ann Escobar, Assistant Director/Operations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org; or
Adia Supahan, Executive Assistant at email@example.com
2019 Open Meeting Dates
January 7, Orleans, 10am
February 4, Yreka, 10am
March 4, Happy Camp, 10am
April 1, Orleans, 10am
May 13, Yreka, 10am
June 3, Happy Camp, 10am
July 1, Orleans, 10am
August 5, Yreka, 10am
September 9, Happy Camp, 10am
October 7, Orleans, 10am
November 4, Yreka, 10am
December 16, Happy Camp, 10am
Board of Commissioners
In accordance with the Karuk Tribe's Housing Ordinance, the Board of Commissioners is comprised of seven Enrolled Karuk Tribal Members appointed by the Tribal Council, two of which shall be currently seated Tribal Council Members.
Robert Super, Chair Scott Quinn, Vice Chair Charlene Naef, Secretary
Yreka District Orleans District Orleans District
Dolores Voyles, Treasurer Teresa Valin, Commissioner Arch Super, Council Housing Liaison
Happy Camp District Yreka District Yreka District
Sherile Grant, Commissioner