Talk:United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

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RC review completed by Noisy 16:26, 10 Jul 2004 (UTC)


  • Can anyone check if this edit is legit? They changed a few figures, so I'm not sure if it's correct or sneaky badness. Ambivalenthysteria 10:01, 7 Jul 2004 (UTC)
    • Hard to track down, but it is Andrew MARK Cuomo, according to [1]. Noisy 16:07, 10 Jul 2004 (UTC)
    • Date changes are wrong as well, although they seem plausible. [2] Noisy 16:07, 10 Jul 2004 (UTC)

Robert Wood[edit]

Wood was a recess appointment, it's true, but as such, he was sworn in as an official Secretary of HUD. 02:56, 27 January 2007 (UTC)

Evidence for this? The Biographical Directory of the United States Congress from 2005 lists him only as ad interim. There's occasional errors there, so they might be wrong, but are there any reliable sources that confirm what you're saying? HUD's own website doesn't seem to have a list of past secretaries. john k (talk) 03:22, 15 July 2012 (UTC)

Roy A. Bernardi[edit]

The person in the position of secretary of housing and urban development oversees housing needs and focuses on improving and developing communities.

What is the term limit? Well, like any cabinet member, the term is over when that president's term is over. Unless, of course the person holding that position is re-nominated by the new president.

What is their position in the line of succession? They are the 13th in the line of succession.

When did Roy A. Bernardi become acting secretary? Roy Bernardi became the 14th Secretary to hold this position on April 19, 2008.

What are some of his other accomplishments? Mr. Bernardi has: ☺ been Deputy(vice) Secretary of housing and Urban Develpoment ☺ been the 51st mayor of Syracuse, Ny ☺ Recieved countless awards for his good-doing actions

                                                                        by Leslie McIntire 

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