Housing and homeless advocates call for the Santa Clara County Supervisors to invest in people and affordable homes, in this Op-Ed published in the Mercury News. Ending homelessness is within reach with the $950M proposed bond!
The Health Committee of the Alameda County Supervisors heard today from 40 homeless and affordable housing advocates about the need for new investment in affordable homes. Supervisors Wilma Chan and Keith Carson listened to a presentation by housing director Linda Gardner and sent a proposal forward to the full Board of Supervisors for next Tuesday, June 28 at 10:45 a.m.
NPH expresses strong support of a $950 million General Obligation Bond on the November 2016 ballot, to fund the creation of new affordable housing and permanent supportive housing for the homeless in Santa Clara County.
Today, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to place an affordable housing bond on the November ballot, an important effort to drive new revenue for affordable housing across Santa Clara County.