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Citizens' Housing and Planning Association: CHAPA's Production & Preservation Committee Meeting: Making the Case for the Housing Bond Bill - April 19, 2017

CHAPA's Production & Preservation Committee Meeting: Making the Case for the Housing Bond Bill - April 19, 2017

Start: 2017-04-19 10:30:00

End: 2017-04-19 12:00:00

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CHAPA's Production & Preservation Meeting:
Making the Case for the Housing Bond Bill

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

Hosted at Massachusetts Housing Partnership
160 Federal Street, 2nd Floor,
Boston, MA 02110

 

For notes from the meeting, CLICK HERE

Agenda - Making the Case for the Housing Bond Bill:

  • Welcome & Introductions
  • Presentation on Our Housing Needs in Massachusetts, Clark Ziegler, Executive Director, Massachusetts Housing Partnership (MHP)
    • For a copy of Clark Ziegler's presentation, click here
  • Review of Housing Bond Bill & its Accomplishments
    • For a summary of the Housing Bond Bill (H.675), click here
    • For a summary of the Capital Budget for Housing in the past five years, click here
  • Strategizing Our Advocacy
    • For a copy of Eric Shupin's presentation, please click here
    • For a information of key legislators and committees for the Housing Bond Bill, click here
    • For a copy of the Housing Bond Bill Endorsement Form, click here
  • Legislative & Administrative Updates
    • Three of CHAPA's Legislative Priorities are scheduled for a hearing before the Joint Committee on Municipalities & Regional Government on Tuesday, May 2nd, at 10:30 a.m.
      • H.2420, An Act Building for the Future of the Commonwealth 
      • H.1095, An Act Relative to Smart Growth Multifamily Housing Production
      • S.1120, An Act Relative to Preventing Discriminatory Land Use and Permitting Decisions
  • Member Announcements
    • MHP shared a comparison of the main zoning reform bills filed this session, including the House and Senate versions of legisation supported by the Massachusetts Smart Growth Alliance

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