Michael Lane of the Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California said some form of financing is key to making any changes. "Economic factors are fraying our communities. We're really starting to feel this now. The damage is being done to families," he said. "Now is the time for bold action commensurate with the scale of the problem."
NPH Policy Director Michael was quoted in this Daily Journal article on a Measure A Extension in San Mateo County. County Supervisors recently voted to place the 20-year extension on the November 2016 ballot, a solution aimed at addressing the affordability crisis plaguing the County. Of the Measure A Extension, Lane was quoted saying, “this is an investment in our citizens. It keeps residents from being priced out.” Read the article