MHCH Housing Justice Forum October 2021

12 Oct

hOUSING JUSTICE FORUM OCT 2021

JOIN US FOR OUR MONTHLY MHCH HOUSING JUSTICE FORUM ON NEW STATE BILLS THAT WILL IMPACT AFFORDABLE HOUSING. Governor Gavin Newsome just signed 31 bills relating to homelessness and affordable housing that will have a major impact on our state’s housing crisis. The California Comeback Plan invests an unprecedented $22 billion in housing and homelessness and also enacts significant zone changes, such as SB 9, which will permit duplexes and fourplexes on single family lots. Another bill provides $100 million to low-income homeowners to help them build ADUs.  Our forum will look at how these and other bills will address the urgent need for affordable housing in local communities like Pasadena.

Presenters include Anthony Dedousis, Director of Policy and Research for Abundant Housing LA, working to help solve Southern California’s housing crisis; and Andrew Slocum, founder and principal of Green Development Co., a full-service development and consulting firm involved in all phases of the development process within single-family, multi-family, and affordable housing.

When: Oct 26, 2021 7:00 PM Pacific Time

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEtd-ytqT0oGtLVbFOMgz8kcVtQ4Z20MAEx

Presenters include Anthony Dedousis, Director of Policy and Research for Abundant Housing LA, working to help solve Southern California’s housing crisis; and Andrew Slocum, founder and principal of Green Development Co., a full-service development and consulting firm involved in all phases of the development process within single-family, multi-family, and affordable housing.

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