Stuart Housing Authority

Meetings

Regular meetings may be held at the principal office or other such location as determined by the board, including the date and time. Regular meetings may also be determined by the President/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Executive Director based on business requirements at that time. A regular meeting notice may be sent electronically, hand-delivered at that time. A regular meeting notice may be sent electronically, hand-delivered or mailed to the business or home address of each commissioner of the Authority and posted publicly at the office at least 48 hours prior to the time of such regular meeting. The notification will include the board meeting package.

The Annual meeting of the Board shall be held annually 30 days prior to the end of the fiscal year, March 31st. It may be held on the same date and place as the regular meeting that month, which is to be determined annually and notification sent to each board of commissioner in accordance with the Bylaws, Article 111 - Meetings, Section 1: Annual Meeting. The purpose of this meeting is to elect officers and to conduct any other business the board may deem necessary.

Members

  • Deborah Langston, Chairperson
    Term expires: May 21, 2023
  • Pearlie Clark, Vice-Chair
    Term expires: May 21, 2021
  • Jennie Davis, Commissioner
    Term expires: May 21, 2022
  • Barbara Dotson, Commissioner
    Term expires: May 21, 2023
  • Nancy Judy, Commissioner
    Term expires: May 21, 2022
  • Martha Mosley, Commissioner
    Term expires: May 21, 2020
  • Lilly Williams, Commissioner
    Term expires: May 21, 2020

Appointing Authority

The City of Stuart, Florida

Contact Information

This is the official address and email address for each board member as well.

Registered Agent / Registered Office

Housing Authority of the City of Stuart, Florida
Andrea Kochanowski
Executive Director
611 Church Street
Stuart, FL 34994

Additional Information

Stuart Housing Authority Annual Documentation

Information and/or supporting documentation for the Stuart Housing Authority (SHA) Agency Plan are available for viewing at our office located at:
611 SE Church Street
Stuart, FL 34994

Special District Accountability Program

Every parcel of land in Florida is covered by at least one special district. Special districts serve a necessary and useful function by providing services to residents, businesses, and property. Special districts generate billions in revenues for Florida’s economy, create private-sector jobs, and have a substantial impact on the lives of every Floridian and on the state’s economy. For these reasons, special districts must be held highly accountable. Chapter 189, Florida Statutes, Uniform Special District Accountability Act (the "Act") holds all special districts accountable and accessible to state agencies, the municipalities and counties in which they operate, and the citizens they serve.  

General Information

  • Boundaries: Martin County, Florida
  • Charter / Creation Document: Resolution Number 296 (Housing Authority Number 1) and Resolution Number 297 (Housing Authority Number 2)
  • Date established: March 11, 1942, per Resolutions Numbers 296 and 297
  • Establishing Entity: The City of Stuart, Florida
  • Full Legal Name: Housing Authority of the City of Stuart, Florida
  • Public Purpose: To provide/administer decent, safe, and sanitary housing
  • Services Provided: Subsidized Housing Programs
  • Statute under which the special district operates: Florida Statute 421

General Financial Information

  • Annual Financial Report: Future Years no longer required
  • Audit Report Fiscal Year End: March 31, 2018
  • Budget Amendments: 2018
  • Final Adopted Budgets: 2018
  • Fiscal Year Period: April 1st through March 31st
  • Tentative Budgets: None

Ethics

Stuart Housing Authority