A New Developer for Little Rock?:

Sen. Mark Pryor (D-Ark.) told The Leader last week that the Air Force wants to find a new developer for the privatized housing program at Little Rock AFB, Ark. The base had to stop work by American Eagle, which is short of funds and about two years behind schedule at the home of USAF’s C-130 training. American Eagle also has run into problems with privatized housing it is developing at the other Air Force bases. Congress in 1996 authorized the Pentagon to pursue privatized housing arrangements—and so far with mostly good results—as the best and least expensive means to replenish widespread substandard family housing.