5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Sacramento is increasing housing costs without meeting the need for affordable housing, approving density, ignoring water shortages, removing environmental protections, and transferring wealth from individuals to corporations!
Join Us for the 3rd Town Hall of a 4-part Series
CATALYSTS’ TOWN HALL SERIES (on Zoom)
Hosted by Susan Kirsch, Director, Catalysts for Local Control
Thursdays, June 24 – July 1, 2021 5:30-6:30 pm
Mother Earth: Sacrificing the Environment for Developer Profits
Linda Koelling, former Mayor, Foster City & Kristi Corley, community advocate
Legislators, under the influence of developers’ demands that their projects “pencil out,” are pushing housing bills that unravel 40 years of environmental protections. They put their constituents in danger at a time when drought, fires, and flooding have never been more prevalent.
What WE Can Do to Stop the Attack
Town Hall Team
Across the state, individuals and groups are challenging land grab legislation marketed as providing affordable housing, but actually benefiting the vulture capitalists who orchestrated the housing crash of 2008. Learn about the big and small ways everyone can participate in writing letters, making calls, testifying, writing and hosting events to keep democracy strong.
Past Town Halls
June 10 Recording: "What About Water? with Rick Johnson is posted on the Catalysts website under the Activities tab.
June 17 Recording: "Inflated RHNA Numbers Lead to Ruin" with Art Kiesel is also posted on the Catalysts website under the Activities tab.
Alameda Citizen Task Force * Berkeley Together * Better Cupertino • California Cities for Local Control • Coalition for San Francisco Neighborhoods • Community Venture Partners • Hills 2000 • Montecito Association • Palo Altans for Sensible Zoning • Santa Margarita Neighborhood • Save Our Single Family Neighborhoods • Sustainable TamAlmonte * United Homeowners Association • United Neighbors • West Bay Citizens Coalition
Organization: Catalysts for Local Control
Contact: Susan Kirsch
Contact Phone: 415-686-4375