Thursday, 28. February 2019, Mt. Pleasant Town Hall, IDEAS INTO ACTION: The Affordable Housing Crisis in Charleston

from 28. February 2019 - 9:30 till 11:00

Mt. Pleasant Town Hall

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Please join our next Ideas Into Action for an in-depth panel discussion on the affordable housing crisis in Charleston with the following guest presenters and local organizations. We'll learn about the affordable housing history, how it has impacted poor and wealthy minorities, long-time residents and our community at large, and ways to get involved and make a difference.

Melissa Maddox-Evans, General Counsel - Housing Authority City of Charleston and President & Chair - Charleston Redevelopment Corporation. 
Hope Watson, Staff Attorney - Center for Heirs' Property Property Preservation
Sarah Schreiber, Senior Staff Attorney - Charleston Legal Access
Anna Lewin, Executive Director - South Carolina Community Loan Fund
Julie Hussey, Developer - Workshops at Howard Heights

Please RSVP (click on the green button to save your seat)—and help us spread the word!
Look forward to seeing you on Thursday, Feb. 28th, 9:30 -11 at the Mt. Pleasant Town Hall, 100 Ann Edwards Lane.
For overflow parking:  Cinnebarre parking lot and Wholefoods is next door

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