Building on Burlington's Affordable Housing History

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The Burlington Progressive Party hosts this housing forum to address ways to build and preserve affordable housing in Burlington. Hoping to build on Burlington’s strong history of building and preserving affordable housing for all residents, as well as protecting the most vulnerable among us, this public forum is aimed towards helping jump-start a city-wide campaign to make affordable housing the centerpiece of any new development.

Discussion topics will include:  Burlington’s progressive housing history: What have we accomplished so far? -- John Davis & Erhard Mahnke  ·  Housing affordability & anti-gentrification strategies: What does the Champlain Housing Trust do? -- Michael Monte  ·  Burlington College Development: What is the controversy? -- Gil Livingston  ·  Burlington Town Center Proposal: What type of housing will be provided? -- Jane Knodell  ·  Student Housing Downtown: How can we address student needs while meeting those of residents? -- Selene Colburn  ·  Inclusionary Zoning: What does it do, what changes are being proposed? -- Brian Pine  ·  Form-Based Code: What is it and what does it mean for development in Burlington? -- Max Tracy  ·  And more...

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