“The first order of business is to get people into a safe and decent place,” he said. “It’s a humanitarian crisis in the city of San Jose. We think we can create a pilot and model here that would be transferable to other jurisdictions.” - NPH Policy Director Michael Lane
NPH Policy Director Michael Lane talked with Rosemary Chalmers on KSCO 1080's Good Morning Monterey Bay about NPH-supported Assembly Bill 2176 (Campos). This groundbreaking legislation taking effect in January 2017, allows the City of San Jose to build tiny homes on city-owned property as a pilot program to focus on the homelessness crisis, while permanent, supportive, affordable housing is built.
The moment we've all been waiting for, Election Day on Tuesday, November 8 is almost here! If you vote by mail, make your choices (we recommend YES on housing measures in San Mateo, Alameda and Santa Clara Counties!), and if you vote at the polls, find your polling place and make a plan for when to vote (and did we mention YES on housing measures?). Whichever method you choose for casting your own vote, helping others make their voices heard and their votes counted is critically important.