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Right to Counsel

Our region’s housing crisis and lack of affordable housing put lower-income tenant households at serious risk of eviction. It is common for unscrupulous landlords to illegally or unfairly evict tenants, and most tenants are unable to fight back. Advocates estimate...

Guide to Traffic Studies in Los Angeles

Introduction Why exactly do cities build new housing? The most probable answer to this question is that it is expected that more people are to move in as a result of new opportunities. And in the times before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was expected that...

Guide to Parking Rules in Los Angeles

Introduction In the media from print to poster to picture Los Angeles is depicted as a city filled with teeming masses of automobiles. And to a large extent, this holds up to be true. In Los Angeles County alone, there are 7.8 million vehicles registered, and 3.9...

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YIGBY: Yes in God's Backyard

Mar 04 Thu 5:30 pm - Mar 04 Thu 7:30 pm

Zoom

Register here: bit.ly/2NsAG8D

Building Affordable Housing in God's Backyard!

Despite policy efforts aimed at increasing production, California still has a shortage of affordable housing. City leaders struggle to find space to accommodate new housing development in the face of NIMBY opposition. Faith communities often have unused or under-used space on their campuses. Many congregations have partnered with affordable housing developers to build affordable housing on sites zoned for religious use, and some cities have greased the wheels to make it happen faster! Come hear what is possible from three people who have walked this road!

Honorable Rusty Bailey, Former Mayor of Riverside, CA
Bishop John Taylor, Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles
Sarah Walker, Senior Project Manager, National Community Renaissance

This panel is aimed at elected officials, city staff, faith community leaders, clergy, and community members who want to say YES! to affordable and attainable housing in their (and God's) backyard!
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