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Sgt. David M. Fisher a native of Watervliet was killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom on December 1, 2004.  Fisher was a member of the Army National Guard's 1st Battalion, 101st Cavalry Regiment of the so-called "Rainbow Division."  Losing David was a terrible tragedy which affected the entire Watervliet community.  Being able to dedicate this area in the newly redeveloped Van Rensselaer Village not only honors David for his service to our country, but also ensures Watervliet residents will not forget the ultimate sacrifice David paid on our behalf.  On Memorial Day, we invite the entire community to visit Van Rensselaer Village to not only see the Housing Authority’s commitment to our fellow Watervliet residents through redeveloping the apartment complex, but also to visit the Sgt. David M. Fisher Memorial.  The memorial is the Housing Authority’s way of acknowledging and honoring David and his family.

December 2014 Newsletter

- Santa is coming!
- Ice ment for common entrances!
- More than just presents!
- How to take care of your christmas tree!
- more....

  December 2014 Newsletter

November 2014 Newsletter

- Important Health Information
- Helping with Homework
- Christmas is almost here
- Thanksgiving
- more...

  November 2014 Newsletter

September 2014 Newsletter

- Back to school shopping savings tips
- Packing a healthy lunch
- Day Inspections
and more....

Please click HERE to view the September 2014 WHA Newsletter.

May 2014 Newsletter

- Memorial Day is on the way
- Verteran's Day Tribute
- Hilton Inspections
- Tenant fraud tips
- more...

Please click HERE to view the May 2014 WHA Newsletter.

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WHA Annual Plan 2013

Each year the Watervliet Housing Authority is required to submit to the general public and then to HUD a copy of its annual plan that tell about its goals, objectives...


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