Art Woolston
It is with sadness that we share that passing of a great man in AHMA's history, Art Woolston. Art left a legacy of love and kindness by dedicating his life to helping those in need. He spent many years providing support to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as affordable housing for seniors.
Art was a leader, a trailblazer and in his own words a Captain of Industry. Art was a founding member of AHMA and worked diligently to establish relationships with HUD and owners of affordable housing. His charisma and leadership were instrumental in bringing people together.
Born in the early 1930s in eastern Montana, Art's family worked hard to create a quality life having crossed the country from New Jersey. Growing up there provided minimal opportunities so Art headed to Missoula to get his business degree at the University of Montana. Like his older brother who fought in France during World War II, Art also enlisted in the military. His two-year stint in the Air Force found him in Bermuda where he learned multiple skills.
Art's professional success flourished in the later years of his life. He founded Danville Development Corporation, Danville Services Corporation, and Danville Support Services. The missions of all his companies were rooted in helping those in need. Art retired from his executive positions when he was 85 years old. His vision was one of compassion, quality and innovation. His impact on the clients he served was long lasting and significant. The impact he had as a mentor and leader on the employees he trusted and delegated to was unmatched.
Art is survived by his wife Connie Jo, his daughters Lyn, Lisa, Patty and Jillian, sons Ron, Bill and Matt along with numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
A celebration of life will be held sometime in the fall. In lieu of flowers please feel free to donate to the charity of your choice that makes a positive difference in people's lives.



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2022 OCAF Notice

HUD has recently published a notice with the Operating Cost Adjustment Factors for 2022. The OCAFs provided in the notice are applicable to eligible projects having a contract anniversary date of February 11, 2022, or after and were calculated using the same method as those published in HUD’s 2021 OCAF notice published on November 27, 2020. 

FY 2022 HUD Income Limits

HUD released the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 estimated Median Family Incomes (MFIs) and the FY 2022 Income Limits. MFIs are used as the basis for income limits in several HUD programs, including the Public Housing, Section 8 project-based, Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher, Section 202 housing for the elderly, and Section 811 housing for persons with disabilities programs.

HUD also released the FY 2022 Multifamily Tax Subsidy Project (MTSP) Income Limits, which are used to determine eligibility for low-income housing tax credit and tax-exempt bond properties.

Visit the FY 2022 Income Limits homepage on HUD User to access the query tool, data and documentation.