Your Input Needed this Tuesday on Regional Housing Issues!

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Have you ever considered these questions:  How will we be able to supply the housing needed to allow people to age in place?  How can we ensure that housing is located near jobs, schools and transportation?  How can we meet the housing needs for a growing population?

Whether you have or not, your input is needed this Tuesday, August 27 for the CONNECT Our Future Open House on Community Housing Needs scheduled in Charlotte at the East Stonewall AME Zion Church (1729 Griers Grove Road, 28216 – off of Beatties Ford Road).

Regional leaders need to hear from you, your colleagues, networks, friends and family, and fellow residents about the housing challenges your community faces and the type of housing needed in your community.

  • Please drop-in any time between 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm.  It only takes about 30 minutes to complete the board circuit and input forms.
  • This is the first regional housing needs study conducted here and its finding will be critical for communities and the region.  Your input is critical to its success!
  • Your input will help shape the results of the regional housing needs study, which will include recommendations and tools that will inform local and regional housing strategies and decisions for the next four decades.
  • At each open house, we will provide county-specific data and regional information on housing needs and trends, as well as the county-specific results from the first round of CONNECT open houses and small groups.

REBIC is proud to be a partner in the CONNECT Regional Housing Study, and we hope you’ll be able to join us for this Tuesday’s Open House Event!

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