HUD took possession of the Detroit Housing Commission in 2005 “because of significant regulatory compliance deficiencies, including financial records, distressed physical condition of housing units, and grants that were in default due to the lack of construction progress,” the news release said.

Since 2010, the Detroit Housing Commission “has met significant financial and management requirements to fully comply with HUD regulations,” the release said, adding that last year, the housing commission “received a passing HUD inspection score for every public housing development for the first time in more than two decades.” (Read the full story of in the Detroit Free Press)