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2020 Virtual Conference

What a great conference!
Thank you to everyone who presented and attended!

There is much work to be done in 2021 including
  • Negotiating an agreement with the building trades that will ensure maximum development of affordable housing and guaranteeing good wages for construction workers
  • Developing a long-term strategy for dealing with potential evictions and reimbursement of lost rent after the moratorium expires on January 21       
  • Reintroducing the many excellent bills that died at the end of the chaotic legislative session
  • Securing adequate federal resources to provide rental assistance for landlords and tenants struggling to make end meets after the loss of jobs in the pandemic

Senator Scott Wiener

Scott reviewed the year that was, and previewed the year to come.

Immediately following the Keynote, leadership from California’s Housing Agencies, including the State Department of Housing and Community Development, The Tax Credit Allocation Committee, the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee, and the California Housing Finance Agency presented their own plans and programs for 2021.
Lastly, key legislative staff and our partner housing advocates presented their plans and dreams for a new legislative session beginning in January 2021.