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Central Advisory Council


History and Description

BE IT KNOWN that the Central Advisory Council came into being on July 1, 1971, upon the election of its first body as recognized by the Memorandum of Accord.

Jack Mayberry, Chairman of the Central Advisory Council, Charles Swibel, Chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the Chicago Housing Authority, C.E. Humphrey, Executive Director of the Chicago Housing Authority, and Paul Kaup for the Regional Administrator of the Department of Housing and Urban Development signed the Memorandum of Accord on April 8, 1971; H. Ernest Lafontant was General Counsel of the Central Advisory Council.

The Central Advisory Council, the duly organized and constituted representative of resident interest, seeks to improve the quality of life for all CHA residents, assumes the responsibility for policy and programs aimed at increasing resident participation in decision making, and fosters among all tenants the mutual cooperation and respect necessary to effectuate needed housing policies and programs.

Plan For Transformation History – Letters and Documents

Relocation Rights Contract and Notices

Relocation Rights Contract
Notices You Should Know About
HUD Website

Central Advisory Council Members

Click here for a list of the CAC’s members and information on how to contact them.