public housing - applicant - no right to appeal denial - no "adjudication"
R. McKinley v. Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh - 211 C.D. 2012
Colins, Senior Judge
Following its opinion in Cope v. Bethlehem Housing Authority, 514 A.2d 295 (Pa. Cmwlth. 1986), the court held that that an applicant for public housing does not have a property interest, and that the denial of an application is not an "adjudication" from which an appeal can be taken.