Attend Affordable Housing in Culver City Roundtable with Assemblymember Holly Mitchell

WIth the loss of the city's redevelopment agency and its Low and Moderate Income Housing Fund, Culver City lost $8 million annually -- a significant blow to the creation of affordable housing in Culver City. Assemblymember Holly Mitchell and the City Council of the City of Culver City invite you to attend a roundtable discussion on the future of creating affordable housing in this environment this Friday, February 8th from 9:00 am to Noon. Leaders from the affordable housing development, lending, and academic communities will discuss topics ranging from creating permanent sources of funding to using local zoning to create affordable housing.

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