Following our very successful November 19th rental housing summit, attended by over 100 community leaders, housing experts and government officials, the Huntington Township Housing Coalition has released a report inventorying the development of affordable housing since the Town’s master plan, Horizons 2020, was adopted in 20o8. While the master plan described the choices for rental and moderately priced housing as “limited” and urged the Town to expand the stock of affordable housing, the Coalition’s report finds only limited progress since 2008. Here is the link to the full report: hthc-2016-housing-report-finalrt:
Here is the full program, with all speakers finalized, for the important November 19th summit: “Keeping Our Young People in Huntington: The Need for Affordable Rental Housing and Downtown Revitalization.” The summit will be held at the Cinema Arts Centre on Park Avenue in Huntington from 8:30 AM to 12 Noon. If you would like to register for the program go to: www.hthcsummit.eventbrite.com. There is no charge for admission.
Here is the link to the full program: hthc-rental-housing-summit-program_0001
Registration is now open for the November 19, 2016 housing summit:
Keeping Our Young People in Huntington
The Need for Affordable Rental Housing and Downtown Revitalization
Registration and attendance are free,but it will help us to plan if you could please register in advance.
Register now @www.hthcsummit.eventbrite.com
The Huntington Township Housing Coalition, in association with the League of Women Voters of Huntington, is sponsoring a housing summit on November 19th at the Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington. Titled “Keeping Our Young People in Huntington…The Need for Affordable Rental Housing and Downtown Revitalization”, the summit will have speakers including town officials, businesses, and local civic associations. For more details see the flyer: