Homes are the Heart of Alameda: Building Our Future
Thursday, May 15, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (PDT)
Panel Discussion, Bus Tour and Refreshments
This event offers the opportunity for the public to hear plans from community leaders in building future homes at Alameda Point as well as other locations throughout Alameda and to address questions, such as:
- How does building more homes benefit the community?
- What are the goals in offering land for development of future homes?
- Why were these sites at Alameda Point selected?
- How will City staff include the community in the development process?
- What are plans for affordable housing and supportive housing?
Panel: 10:00 to 11:45 a.m.
Bus Tour & Lunch: 12:00 – 2 p.m.
The panel will be held in the Community Room at Independence Plaza, an excellent example of mixed housing, including affordable and market rate units. Following the panel and luncheon, participants will board a bus and visit several locations of affordable housing in Alameda including the recently opened Jack Capon Villas and Park Alameda as well as sites of future housing development sites at Alameda Point and in Alameda.
Event is Free but Seating is Limited ~ Please RSVP Above
The Alameda Home Team (AHT) is an outreach program to build support for homes to meet the needs of all of our community, including seniors, families, individuals and people with disabilities as well as market rate purchasers. AHT believes in the value of Alameda taking care of its own, knowing that a mix of housing types for all incomes creates vibrant neighborhoods, strong families, consistent education, and a healthy economy.
The Alameda Home Team is a proud participant of East Bay Housing Organizations' 18th Annual Affordable Housing Week. Visit www.ebho.org for more information.
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The Alameda Home Team
The Alameda Home Team (AHT) supports the community’s need for homes for those living or working (or about to be) in Alameda. AHT includes a broad-based coalition of businesses, non-profit organizations and community-wide individuals who believe in the value of Alameda taking care of its own, knowing that a mix of housing types for all incomes creates vibrant neighborhoods, strong families, consistent education, and a healthy economy.
Anne Cook, Past President, Alameda Planning Board
Barbara Bolton, Harbor Bay Realty
Brent Mullan, Buyer Protection Group
Darin Lounds, Housing Consortium of the East Bay
Doug Biggs, Alameda Point Collaborative
Ed Kofman, Financial Planning
Eric Antebi, Communications
Gregg Fujita, Harbor Bay Realty
Jim Franz, City of Alameda Community Development
Karen Bey, Real Estate Development
Kate Quick, League of Women Voters
Kathryn Duke, Community Volunteer
Kathy Moehring, Ron Cowan Associates
Kevin Gorham, Encinal High School
Laura Thomas, Renewed Hope
Lynette Lee, Non-Profit Housing
Michael Yoshii, United Methodist Church
Victor Jin, Property Investment Services