Housing

Housing

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It’s August, fewer than 100 days to the election, and there’s lots to do! It’s also the Centennial of the 19th Amendment, with many commemorations. Plus an inside look at what the Board does, and a royal suffragist!

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Get active again as life picks up and so does League! We are responding to the pandemic in so many ways and getting better at it – just look at what is in this Voter!

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May League news to keep you connected! Hint: Zoom is the word of the season, if not the year, and we are making the most of it!

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April League news to keep you connected! There’s more to life than coronavirus, and to prove that, here are some ways to stay interested and involved in League activities!

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There’s a lot happening early in March, but catch a breath because there’s more to do all month and beyond. It’s all in here. Don’t miss any of it!

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Event Date: 
Sep 7 2019 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Event location: 

LWV Diablo Valley office

The next meeting of Action/Advocacy is from 10 AM – noon on September 7, 2019, at the League Office, 500 St. Mary’s Road. Do join us! Click through to see upcoming Committee meeting dates.

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Affordable housing, available housing, any housing - housing writ large - is an overwhelming concern in our state and our community. Everyone responds in different ways. To find out more, I recently met with Lafayette’s Interim City Manager, Niroop Srivatsa.

Mkae it Fair Coalition to reform Prop 13
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The California Schools and Local Communities Funding Act of 2018 will create a “split roll”; non-residential, non-agricultural commercial property will be reassessed on a regular basis. This will lead to an estimated increase in property tax of over $11 billion per year -- revenue that will go directly to schools and local governments....

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In a meeting with Preston Prince, Fresno Housing Authority Director, housing committee members learned that 40% of Fresno County residents live in poverty.   The life expectancy of residents of West Fresno is lower than in other parts of the count