APA Los Angeles Presents: State Legislation and Housing in Greater LA
August 16, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Los Angeles City College Student Union Multi-Purpose Room B, 855 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA, 90029
Join APA Los Angeles for a comprehensive and exciting panel event breaking down the 2017 housing package passed in Sacramento and its effects on housing the greater Los Angeles region. The panel will cover topics such as which bills are expected to have key impacts on housing production; how cities implement bills passed at the state level; how these efforts compare to and complement existing local efforts to encourage housing production; and other housing-related issues in greater Los Angeles.
Moderator: Veronica Tam, Housing Specialist
Melinda Coy, Policy Specialist – California Department of Housing and Community Development
Matt Glesne, City Planner – City of Los Angeles
Julie Romey, Senior Principal – Keyser Marston Associates
Shashi Hanuman, Directing Attorney of Community Development – Public Counsel
Parking: A limited number of parking passes are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Street and metered parking may be available adjacent to the venue.
Transit: The venue is a short walk from the Vermont/Santa Monica Station on the Metro Red Line. Please consider utilizing public transportation and rideshare to reach the event.
Cost: $15 members; $20 non-members; $10 students
1.5 CM Law Credits are available with attendance. Please make sure to fill out the CM sign-in sheet and evaluation form to obtain credit.