Last week, San Antonio City Councilmember Elisa Chan found herself in hot water due to comments she made expressing her views on homosexuality while unknowingly being recorded by a now former staffer during a meeting discussing a nondiscrimination ordinance, including her belief that same-sex couples should not be allowed to adopt and that homosexuality was […]
InterIm Community Development Association hosted their annual Refresh Gala on Saturday, April 6, raising funds to support their low-income housing programs. In total, the event raised over $130,000, which will go towards providing housing and services to immigrants and refugees.
The 2011 International Special Review District Board election will be held on Nov. 15, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Bush Asia Hotel, 409 Maynard Avenue South, in the basement level conference room.
By Stacy Nguyen Northwest Asian Weekly This week, two local nonprofit organizations have announced their plans to merge.<!–more–> Near the end of 2007, Sharyne Shiu Thorton stepped up to become the executive director (ED) of nonprofit International District Housing Alliance. Months later, in early 2008, Hyeok Kim became the ED of InterIm Community Development Association […]
The City of Seattle is weighing a proposal that would allow for taller buildings in the International District (ID). The rezoning plan hopes to bring
InterIm Community Development Association held its 2010 Annual Gala Luncheon at the Renaissance Seattle Hotel.
Hyeok Kim, executive director of InterIm Community Development Association, is one of several persons appointed to serve on President Barack Obama’s Advisory
People always ask us, ‘Why should we come down to the International District?’ ” Well, we’ve compiled 23 reasons why.
InterIm Community Development Association was joined by more than 330 friends and supporters to celebrate its 40th anniversary. InterIm works to promote revitalization of the Chinatown/International District, building and advocating for more affordable housing throughout the region, leading neighborhood planning efforts, maintaining affordable parking and green urban spaces, and ensuring that the Chinatown/International District remains a vibrant place to call home.
The InterIm Community Development Association celebrated its 40th anniversary on Sept. 19 with practical strategies. The event used to include silent and live auctions, eliminated all those. Instead, this year it presented a panel of people who reflected the history and needs of the community.