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In today's Link Love, was GoogaMooga really worth it, plus a 9-year-old reviews school lunches

Macaroni and cheese comes with jalapeños, bacon, and peas at Boston's Happy's Bar + Kitchen.

Every day, The Daily Meal scours the web for stories worth reading and blogs worth following.

• Duck tacos (left), mac and cheese (above), and some housemade Oreos round out dinner at Happy's Bar + Kitchen in Boston. [Delicious Dishings]

• Here is a 9-year-old's review of her school lunches, complete with healthiness ratings and hair strand counts. [NeverSeconds]

• GoogaMooga's ExtraMooga tickets cost some $250, plus service fees. Compared to some pricey restaurants around town, it wasn't a bargain at all. [The Bad Deal]

• A genius ice cream Ben & Jerry's lock, to keep those pesky roomates away from your Rocky Road. [Buzzfeed]

• Here is a Tumblr documenting all the food eaten on Law & Order. So much takeout. [Law & Order & Food]


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Policy Statement
DND will provide loans to developers of affordable rental projects to assist with costs that are in excess of construction, permanent, and/or other subsidy financing and equity resources. The amount of funds invested in a rental or cooperative housing project will always reflect the minimum amount of public subsidy necessary to achieve the maximum public benefit.

The amount of each request should be limited to the least amount of public funds necessary to make the project feasible, should be restricted to eligible costs directly related to the housing development project, and must comply with cost and underwriting standards currently accepted as industry standards by all other lenders involved in the project.

Amount: The amount of funding will be limited to the gap between the amount of debt supportable by the anticipated net operating income from the operations of the project plus any other anticipated capital or equity contributions and the approved total development cost of the project. Generally, per unit commitments will not exceed $30,000.

Term: The term of the assistance will coincide with the term of the affordable housing covenant, which generally runs with the property for a minimum period of thirty (30) years.

Interest Rate: The interest rate charged will depend upon the needs of the project given the terms of the other funding sources and the ability of the project to support DND debt. A nominal rate of interest (1.00%) will be charged on all multifamily rental projects.

Repayment Terms: The conditions for payment will always be based on the needs of the particular funding request. Payments of principal and/or interest during the construction and rent-up period will be deferred to minimize development costs. DND will require one of the three following payment options during the operational phase of the project: 1) fixed monthly payments 2) cash flow repayments, with a minimum payment of 50% of all cash flow payable to DND after deducting normal and customary operating expenses and senior debt service payments or 3) for supportive housing projects with all units reserved for special needs populations, deferred loans with payments of principal and accrued interest due at loan maturity. In all cases, all outstanding principal and interest will be due and payable at loan maturity.

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Www.4rentinBoston.com

Policy Statement
DND will provide loans to developers of affordable rental projects to assist with costs that are in excess of construction, permanent, and/or other subsidy financing and equity resources. The amount of funds invested in a rental or cooperative housing project will always reflect the minimum amount of public subsidy necessary to achieve the maximum public benefit.

The amount of each request should be limited to the least amount of public funds necessary to make the project feasible, should be restricted to eligible costs directly related to the housing development project, and must comply with cost and underwriting standards currently accepted as industry standards by all other lenders involved in the project.

Amount: The amount of funding will be limited to the gap between the amount of debt supportable by the anticipated net operating income from the operations of the project plus any other anticipated capital or equity contributions and the approved total development cost of the project. Generally, per unit commitments will not exceed $30,000.

Term: The term of the assistance will coincide with the term of the affordable housing covenant, which generally runs with the property for a minimum period of thirty (30) years.

Interest Rate: The interest rate charged will depend upon the needs of the project given the terms of the other funding sources and the ability of the project to support DND debt. A nominal rate of interest (1.00%) will be charged on all multifamily rental projects.

Repayment Terms: The conditions for payment will always be based on the needs of the particular funding request. Payments of principal and/or interest during the construction and rent-up period will be deferred to minimize development costs. DND will require one of the three following payment options during the operational phase of the project: 1) fixed monthly payments 2) cash flow repayments, with a minimum payment of 50% of all cash flow payable to DND after deducting normal and customary operating expenses and senior debt service payments or 3) for supportive housing projects with all units reserved for special needs populations, deferred loans with payments of principal and accrued interest due at loan maturity. In all cases, all outstanding principal and interest will be due and payable at loan maturity.

posted by www.4rentinBoston.com at 11:53 AM 25 comments


Www.4rentinBoston.com

Policy Statement
DND will provide loans to developers of affordable rental projects to assist with costs that are in excess of construction, permanent, and/or other subsidy financing and equity resources. The amount of funds invested in a rental or cooperative housing project will always reflect the minimum amount of public subsidy necessary to achieve the maximum public benefit.

The amount of each request should be limited to the least amount of public funds necessary to make the project feasible, should be restricted to eligible costs directly related to the housing development project, and must comply with cost and underwriting standards currently accepted as industry standards by all other lenders involved in the project.

Amount: The amount of funding will be limited to the gap between the amount of debt supportable by the anticipated net operating income from the operations of the project plus any other anticipated capital or equity contributions and the approved total development cost of the project. Generally, per unit commitments will not exceed $30,000.

Term: The term of the assistance will coincide with the term of the affordable housing covenant, which generally runs with the property for a minimum period of thirty (30) years.

Interest Rate: The interest rate charged will depend upon the needs of the project given the terms of the other funding sources and the ability of the project to support DND debt. A nominal rate of interest (1.00%) will be charged on all multifamily rental projects.

Repayment Terms: The conditions for payment will always be based on the needs of the particular funding request. Payments of principal and/or interest during the construction and rent-up period will be deferred to minimize development costs. DND will require one of the three following payment options during the operational phase of the project: 1) fixed monthly payments 2) cash flow repayments, with a minimum payment of 50% of all cash flow payable to DND after deducting normal and customary operating expenses and senior debt service payments or 3) for supportive housing projects with all units reserved for special needs populations, deferred loans with payments of principal and accrued interest due at loan maturity. In all cases, all outstanding principal and interest will be due and payable at loan maturity.

posted by www.4rentinBoston.com at 11:53 AM 25 comments


Www.4rentinBoston.com

Policy Statement
DND will provide loans to developers of affordable rental projects to assist with costs that are in excess of construction, permanent, and/or other subsidy financing and equity resources. The amount of funds invested in a rental or cooperative housing project will always reflect the minimum amount of public subsidy necessary to achieve the maximum public benefit.

The amount of each request should be limited to the least amount of public funds necessary to make the project feasible, should be restricted to eligible costs directly related to the housing development project, and must comply with cost and underwriting standards currently accepted as industry standards by all other lenders involved in the project.

Amount: The amount of funding will be limited to the gap between the amount of debt supportable by the anticipated net operating income from the operations of the project plus any other anticipated capital or equity contributions and the approved total development cost of the project. Generally, per unit commitments will not exceed $30,000.

Term: The term of the assistance will coincide with the term of the affordable housing covenant, which generally runs with the property for a minimum period of thirty (30) years.

Interest Rate: The interest rate charged will depend upon the needs of the project given the terms of the other funding sources and the ability of the project to support DND debt. A nominal rate of interest (1.00%) will be charged on all multifamily rental projects.

Repayment Terms: The conditions for payment will always be based on the needs of the particular funding request. Payments of principal and/or interest during the construction and rent-up period will be deferred to minimize development costs. DND will require one of the three following payment options during the operational phase of the project: 1) fixed monthly payments 2) cash flow repayments, with a minimum payment of 50% of all cash flow payable to DND after deducting normal and customary operating expenses and senior debt service payments or 3) for supportive housing projects with all units reserved for special needs populations, deferred loans with payments of principal and accrued interest due at loan maturity. In all cases, all outstanding principal and interest will be due and payable at loan maturity.

posted by www.4rentinBoston.com at 11:53 AM 25 comments


Www.4rentinBoston.com

Policy Statement
DND will provide loans to developers of affordable rental projects to assist with costs that are in excess of construction, permanent, and/or other subsidy financing and equity resources. The amount of funds invested in a rental or cooperative housing project will always reflect the minimum amount of public subsidy necessary to achieve the maximum public benefit.

The amount of each request should be limited to the least amount of public funds necessary to make the project feasible, should be restricted to eligible costs directly related to the housing development project, and must comply with cost and underwriting standards currently accepted as industry standards by all other lenders involved in the project.

Amount: The amount of funding will be limited to the gap between the amount of debt supportable by the anticipated net operating income from the operations of the project plus any other anticipated capital or equity contributions and the approved total development cost of the project. Generally, per unit commitments will not exceed $30,000.

Term: The term of the assistance will coincide with the term of the affordable housing covenant, which generally runs with the property for a minimum period of thirty (30) years.

Interest Rate: The interest rate charged will depend upon the needs of the project given the terms of the other funding sources and the ability of the project to support DND debt. A nominal rate of interest (1.00%) will be charged on all multifamily rental projects.

Repayment Terms: The conditions for payment will always be based on the needs of the particular funding request. Payments of principal and/or interest during the construction and rent-up period will be deferred to minimize development costs. DND will require one of the three following payment options during the operational phase of the project: 1) fixed monthly payments 2) cash flow repayments, with a minimum payment of 50% of all cash flow payable to DND after deducting normal and customary operating expenses and senior debt service payments or 3) for supportive housing projects with all units reserved for special needs populations, deferred loans with payments of principal and accrued interest due at loan maturity. In all cases, all outstanding principal and interest will be due and payable at loan maturity.

posted by www.4rentinBoston.com at 11:53 AM 25 comments


Www.4rentinBoston.com

Policy Statement
DND will provide loans to developers of affordable rental projects to assist with costs that are in excess of construction, permanent, and/or other subsidy financing and equity resources. The amount of funds invested in a rental or cooperative housing project will always reflect the minimum amount of public subsidy necessary to achieve the maximum public benefit.

The amount of each request should be limited to the least amount of public funds necessary to make the project feasible, should be restricted to eligible costs directly related to the housing development project, and must comply with cost and underwriting standards currently accepted as industry standards by all other lenders involved in the project.

Amount: The amount of funding will be limited to the gap between the amount of debt supportable by the anticipated net operating income from the operations of the project plus any other anticipated capital or equity contributions and the approved total development cost of the project. Generally, per unit commitments will not exceed $30,000.

Term: The term of the assistance will coincide with the term of the affordable housing covenant, which generally runs with the property for a minimum period of thirty (30) years.

Interest Rate: The interest rate charged will depend upon the needs of the project given the terms of the other funding sources and the ability of the project to support DND debt. A nominal rate of interest (1.00%) will be charged on all multifamily rental projects.

Repayment Terms: The conditions for payment will always be based on the needs of the particular funding request. Payments of principal and/or interest during the construction and rent-up period will be deferred to minimize development costs. DND will require one of the three following payment options during the operational phase of the project: 1) fixed monthly payments 2) cash flow repayments, with a minimum payment of 50% of all cash flow payable to DND after deducting normal and customary operating expenses and senior debt service payments or 3) for supportive housing projects with all units reserved for special needs populations, deferred loans with payments of principal and accrued interest due at loan maturity. In all cases, all outstanding principal and interest will be due and payable at loan maturity.

posted by www.4rentinBoston.com at 11:53 AM 25 comments


Www.4rentinBoston.com

Policy Statement
DND will provide loans to developers of affordable rental projects to assist with costs that are in excess of construction, permanent, and/or other subsidy financing and equity resources. The amount of funds invested in a rental or cooperative housing project will always reflect the minimum amount of public subsidy necessary to achieve the maximum public benefit.

The amount of each request should be limited to the least amount of public funds necessary to make the project feasible, should be restricted to eligible costs directly related to the housing development project, and must comply with cost and underwriting standards currently accepted as industry standards by all other lenders involved in the project.

Amount: The amount of funding will be limited to the gap between the amount of debt supportable by the anticipated net operating income from the operations of the project plus any other anticipated capital or equity contributions and the approved total development cost of the project. Generally, per unit commitments will not exceed $30,000.

Term: The term of the assistance will coincide with the term of the affordable housing covenant, which generally runs with the property for a minimum period of thirty (30) years.

Interest Rate: The interest rate charged will depend upon the needs of the project given the terms of the other funding sources and the ability of the project to support DND debt. A nominal rate of interest (1.00%) will be charged on all multifamily rental projects.

Repayment Terms: The conditions for payment will always be based on the needs of the particular funding request. Payments of principal and/or interest during the construction and rent-up period will be deferred to minimize development costs. DND will require one of the three following payment options during the operational phase of the project: 1) fixed monthly payments 2) cash flow repayments, with a minimum payment of 50% of all cash flow payable to DND after deducting normal and customary operating expenses and senior debt service payments or 3) for supportive housing projects with all units reserved for special needs populations, deferred loans with payments of principal and accrued interest due at loan maturity. In all cases, all outstanding principal and interest will be due and payable at loan maturity.

posted by www.4rentinBoston.com at 11:53 AM 25 comments


Www.4rentinBoston.com

Policy Statement
DND will provide loans to developers of affordable rental projects to assist with costs that are in excess of construction, permanent, and/or other subsidy financing and equity resources. The amount of funds invested in a rental or cooperative housing project will always reflect the minimum amount of public subsidy necessary to achieve the maximum public benefit.

The amount of each request should be limited to the least amount of public funds necessary to make the project feasible, should be restricted to eligible costs directly related to the housing development project, and must comply with cost and underwriting standards currently accepted as industry standards by all other lenders involved in the project.

Amount: The amount of funding will be limited to the gap between the amount of debt supportable by the anticipated net operating income from the operations of the project plus any other anticipated capital or equity contributions and the approved total development cost of the project. Generally, per unit commitments will not exceed $30,000.

Term: The term of the assistance will coincide with the term of the affordable housing covenant, which generally runs with the property for a minimum period of thirty (30) years.

Interest Rate: The interest rate charged will depend upon the needs of the project given the terms of the other funding sources and the ability of the project to support DND debt. A nominal rate of interest (1.00%) will be charged on all multifamily rental projects.

Repayment Terms: The conditions for payment will always be based on the needs of the particular funding request. Payments of principal and/or interest during the construction and rent-up period will be deferred to minimize development costs. DND will require one of the three following payment options during the operational phase of the project: 1) fixed monthly payments 2) cash flow repayments, with a minimum payment of 50% of all cash flow payable to DND after deducting normal and customary operating expenses and senior debt service payments or 3) for supportive housing projects with all units reserved for special needs populations, deferred loans with payments of principal and accrued interest due at loan maturity. In all cases, all outstanding principal and interest will be due and payable at loan maturity.

posted by www.4rentinBoston.com at 11:53 AM 25 comments


Www.4rentinBoston.com

Policy Statement
DND will provide loans to developers of affordable rental projects to assist with costs that are in excess of construction, permanent, and/or other subsidy financing and equity resources. The amount of funds invested in a rental or cooperative housing project will always reflect the minimum amount of public subsidy necessary to achieve the maximum public benefit.

The amount of each request should be limited to the least amount of public funds necessary to make the project feasible, should be restricted to eligible costs directly related to the housing development project, and must comply with cost and underwriting standards currently accepted as industry standards by all other lenders involved in the project.

Amount: The amount of funding will be limited to the gap between the amount of debt supportable by the anticipated net operating income from the operations of the project plus any other anticipated capital or equity contributions and the approved total development cost of the project. Generally, per unit commitments will not exceed $30,000.

Term: The term of the assistance will coincide with the term of the affordable housing covenant, which generally runs with the property for a minimum period of thirty (30) years.

Interest Rate: The interest rate charged will depend upon the needs of the project given the terms of the other funding sources and the ability of the project to support DND debt. A nominal rate of interest (1.00%) will be charged on all multifamily rental projects.

Repayment Terms: The conditions for payment will always be based on the needs of the particular funding request. Payments of principal and/or interest during the construction and rent-up period will be deferred to minimize development costs. DND will require one of the three following payment options during the operational phase of the project: 1) fixed monthly payments 2) cash flow repayments, with a minimum payment of 50% of all cash flow payable to DND after deducting normal and customary operating expenses and senior debt service payments or 3) for supportive housing projects with all units reserved for special needs populations, deferred loans with payments of principal and accrued interest due at loan maturity. In all cases, all outstanding principal and interest will be due and payable at loan maturity.

posted by www.4rentinBoston.com at 11:53 AM 25 comments


Www.4rentinBoston.com

Policy Statement
DND will provide loans to developers of affordable rental projects to assist with costs that are in excess of construction, permanent, and/or other subsidy financing and equity resources. The amount of funds invested in a rental or cooperative housing project will always reflect the minimum amount of public subsidy necessary to achieve the maximum public benefit.

The amount of each request should be limited to the least amount of public funds necessary to make the project feasible, should be restricted to eligible costs directly related to the housing development project, and must comply with cost and underwriting standards currently accepted as industry standards by all other lenders involved in the project.

Amount: The amount of funding will be limited to the gap between the amount of debt supportable by the anticipated net operating income from the operations of the project plus any other anticipated capital or equity contributions and the approved total development cost of the project. Generally, per unit commitments will not exceed $30,000.

Term: The term of the assistance will coincide with the term of the affordable housing covenant, which generally runs with the property for a minimum period of thirty (30) years.

Interest Rate: The interest rate charged will depend upon the needs of the project given the terms of the other funding sources and the ability of the project to support DND debt. A nominal rate of interest (1.00%) will be charged on all multifamily rental projects.

Repayment Terms: The conditions for payment will always be based on the needs of the particular funding request. Payments of principal and/or interest during the construction and rent-up period will be deferred to minimize development costs. DND will require one of the three following payment options during the operational phase of the project: 1) fixed monthly payments 2) cash flow repayments, with a minimum payment of 50% of all cash flow payable to DND after deducting normal and customary operating expenses and senior debt service payments or 3) for supportive housing projects with all units reserved for special needs populations, deferred loans with payments of principal and accrued interest due at loan maturity. In all cases, all outstanding principal and interest will be due and payable at loan maturity.

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