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California Series: Is Sacramento’s Affordable Housing About to Disappear?

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Sacramento Convention Center

1400 J Street

Room 202

Sacramento, CA 95814

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Join C.A.R. CEO Joel Singer and some of the Sacramento Area's most prominent corporate and policy thought leaders as they examine workforce housing solutions for an expanding population.

California’s housing supply and affordability crisis threatens the state’s economy and its global leadership in the technology sector. With an emphasis on well-planned housing, economic development and access to world class universities, Sacramento is now home to a combination of established and startup tech ventures, as well as 17,000 commuters who travel to the Bay Area daily for work. Will the Capital City’s affordable housing become the latest victim of the housing crisis?

This panel discussion and audience Q&A session – presented by C.A.R.’s Center for California Real Estate - will explore the relationship between housing availability and community viability, perspectives on Sacramento’s trajectory based upon the current housing supply crisis, the appropriate role and leadership necessary by local government, statewide and regional business leaders, and ways Sacramento can capitalize on opportunities in the technology space.

Moderator:
Joel Singer, CEO, CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®

Panelists:
• Jonathan Williams, Director of State and Local Government Affairs, Intel Corporation
• Dorothy Rothrock, President, California Manufacturers & Technology Association
• Angelique Ashby, Sacramento City Council Member
• John Krueger, Executive Vice President, Greater Sacramento Economic Council

This event is free and is open to members of C.A.R.

For more information: melissah@car.org

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Sacramento Convention Center

1400 J Street

Room 202

Sacramento, CA 95814

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