New Podcast Conversation with Three Bay Area County Supervisors about Housing Ballot Measures
We're honored to have Supervisor Don Horsley of San Mateo County, Supervisor Wilma Chan of Alameda County, and Supervisor Dave Cortese of Santa Clara County talk about the three Bay Area county ballot measures for affordable housing.
This special podcast is the recorded keynote plenary session of the annual conference of the Non-Profit Housing (NPH) Association of Northern California, where the three supervisors sat down with NPH executive director Amie Fishman and EMC Research's Ruth Bernstein to talk about the three affordable housing measures in the upcoming November 8 ballot.
Alameda County: Supervisor Chan for YES on Measure A1: "When you have a common issue (like affordable housing), you can bring people together. When the window opens a crack, you've got to bust it open and go all the way."
Santa Clara County: Supervisor Cortese for YES on Measure A: "This is going to be so transformational on a regional basis. There is still time to get involved!"
San Mateo County: Supervisor Horsley for YES on Measure K: "We can stabilize our neighborhoods and communities so that the people who live here can stay here."
These ballot measures could collectively generate more than $2 billion in funding for the building and perservation of affordable homes in the Bay Area.
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