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Tuesday, May 2nd, Meeting
Social Time 6:00 – 6:30 p.m. Meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.
Speaker at 7 p.m.
Speaker: Elaine Johnson, Housing Santa Cruz County (HSCC) Executive Director and Affordable Housing Now!
In recognition of May as Affordable Housing Month, our upcoming meeting will focus on affordable housing as a social justice issue.
Housing Santa Cruz County (HSCC) Executive Director, Elaine Johnson, will provide information on the work HSCC is doing to address the county’s affordable housing crisis and to ensure that everyone in Santa Cruz County has a safe, stable home.
Affordable Housing NOW representatives, Tim Willoughby and Linda Kerner, will discuss local efforts underway to address the affordable housing needs for Scotts Valley and the San Lorenzo Valley communities. Information will also be provided on events that will be occurring throughout the county during Affordable Housing Month focusing on housing issues.
Affordable Housing Month is a time for community members to unite and advocate for stable housing as a human right for all residents in the county. Members of the public are invited to attend and learn more about how to get involved to help address our critical affordable housing crisis.
Meetings are free and open to the public.
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Meeting ID: 896 6098 1176
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Affordable Housing Community Forum
(May 8th, 7 p.m.)
Affordable Housing NOW is sponsoring a virtual Affordable Housing Community Forum.
Representatives from the City of Scotts Valley and the County’s Community Development and Infrastructure (formerly Planning) Department will discuss planning efforts underway to address the affordable housing needs for Scotts Valley and San Lorenzo Valley communities.
Under the California Housing Element Law, every eight years cities and counties are required to develop plans to meet new state housing goals and create programs to incentivize production of affordable housing. Housing plans must address housing needs for residents in very low, low, moderate, and above moderate income levels. Community members are encouraged to attend and learn how they can become involved in planning efforts to help address our affordable housing crisis.
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Meeting ID: 817 7095 7703
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