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Clean, Secure, and Reasonably-Priced Housing is Our Goal
The Public Housing Commission of the City of Marshall welcomes you! We are proud to be located in the beautiful, diverse, and welcoming community of Marshall, MN. Our agency believes that having a decent place to live is not a luxury, but a basic human need. As such, our goal is to strengthen our community and improve the lives of all citizens by providing clean, safe, and affordable housing to low-income, disabled, and elderly residents.
What is the PHCCM?
Established in 1970, we currently own, manage, and sustain 4 properties for families and individuals. Funding for our agency primarily comes to us through the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the rental income from our residents. The Public Housing Commission of the City of Marshall is independently administered and governed by an appointed board. We operate in a fiscally responsible manner and in ways that promote the vitality of families, neighborhoods, and our city.
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The Public Housing Commission is overseen by a Five Member Board. Members are Appointed by the Mayor and Confirmed by the City Council.
Chair – John Rickgarn
Vice Chair – Jana Reilly
Secretary/Treasurer – Tanisha Juarez
Term: 5 years- Two Term Limit