THE AHLA BLOGS
Life Experiences which led to my Affordable Housing Advocacy
BY REBECCA MULI LIVING IN PASADENA My personal awareness of affordable housing began when I was just a child. It was the mid 1990’s and my father, a Kenyan immigrant, was getting his Masters Degree. He began looking for a bigger house for our family of six as opposed to our very small apartment in […]
Abundant Housing LA requests that SCAG’s RHNA be 2.7 million homes or higher
Abundant Housing LA asks that the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) housing assessment for the Southern California region be determined to be 2.7 million or higher to reflect actual housing needs. Due to increasing restrictions on housing development, the Los Angeles region now finds itself deep into a severe housing emergency. This housing crisis […]
AHLA Weekly Update: Join Us on Tuesday at the SCAG 2045 Planning Event!
The latest news and events for the Pro Housing Movement. Membership | Donate | Volunteer | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter 120,000— that’s the number of potential homes that will be lost if the Planning and Land Use Committee passes an ordinance to ban accessory dwelling units (ADUs) in the city’s hillside areas. Over the past two years, ADUs have been […]
Abundant Housing LA Responds to the 2019 L.A. County Homeless Count
Where are these projects now?
Abundant Housing LA has previously supported many housing projects on the local level. Our projects-by-projects advocacy helps get thousands of new housing units built, and changes the conversation on housing throughout the County. But when so much time passes, sometimes it’s easy to lose track of where these projects are in the process, and how […]