Neighbors Come Out in Droves to Learn About Affordable Housing

Approximately 100 community members attended on March 2 a workshop that informed neighbors about the affordable housing process in the City and which was organized by Councilman Curren Price. 

The event had the participation from the Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department (HCID) and the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA). Developers were also on hand to talk about incoming affordable housing projects.

“Many people are unaware that CD 9 has the highest stock of affordable housing in Los Angeles,” said Councilman Price. “Currently, there are about 1,500 affordable units in the pipeline in my District. For this reason, it’s important to educate and empower the community.”

To see coverage from the event held at Maya Angelou Community High School, please click on the image below. 

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