The public is invited to comment on affordable housing issues at a meeting from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, October 17, at Educare Lincoln, (connected to Belmont Elementary School), 3435 N. 14th St. Representatives from the City's Urban Development Department and Collective Impact Lincoln will lead discussion regarding the creation of Lincoln's Affordable Housing Action Plan.
The focus of the plan is to create strategies that maintain and increase the supply of quality affordable housing in Lincoln as the city continues to grow. The final plan is expected to be released at the end of the year or early 2020.
The City is working with RDG Planning & Design to complete a plan that combines community input, market studies and data analysis. Working with residents and other Lincoln stakeholders, the process aims to identify opportunities and issues in the housing market and work with stakeholders to find successful strategies.
The public is encouraged to take a survey and learn more about the plan by visiting lincoln.ne.gov (keyword: affordable). If you have a group or organization that would like to provide more input, contact Wynn Hjermstad at firstname.lastname@example.org for materials to help your group lead a discussion and provide input.
For more information on the plan, visit lincoln.ne.gov (keyword: affordable).
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