Thursday, July 21, 2016
Monday program on affordable housing—come on over
Kokua Council is holding a lunchtime meeting on Monday, June 25 that may interest anyone concerned with housing or homelessness in Hawaii. For one thing, the speakers understand affordable housing, and as you know from reading Disappeared News, many of our leaders and our print media do not.
The announcement is below. There’s plenty of parking. Harris Church is very near the H-1 exits and close to downtown. Stop by. There’s even an optional pizza lunch. Or bring your own brown bag. Ask questions. Get answers.
PLEASE JOIN US FOR LUNCH
Monday, June 25, 2016: “Understanding Affordable Housing”
Miyama Main Hall, Harris United Methodist Church
11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Nuuanu Ave. and S. Vineyard Blvd.−Ample parking−driveway off Nuuanu Ave
11:30 Luncheon (optional): Various Pizzas, Salad, and Dessert—$5.00 Donation
11:55 Welcome, Introductions and Remarks
12:00 Program: Diane Terada and Rona Fukumoto: “Understanding Affordable Housing”
Diane Terada is Division Administrator of the Community & Senior Services (CSS) Division of Catholic Charities Hawaii (CCH). Rona Fukumoto is Division Administrator of the Housing and Referral Programs (HARP) of CCH. They will describe the housing needs of seniors and the challenges seniors face in finding affordable rental housing, homeless issues, and the work of CCH’s Development Corporation which is currently building senior affordable housing in Mililani.
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