2018 ANNUAL MEETING JAN. 25
We hosted our Annual Meeting on Thursday, January 25, 2018. The meeting was well-attended by 70 guests including elected officials, municipal employees, housing and supportive care entities, housing developers, financial institutions and others interested in increasing the supply of affordable housing in Ventura County. The meeting included a discussion about:
His career in housing began in 1996 and since then he has conducted numerous seminars and training and authored several publications, including The Tax Credit Turns Fifteen, a risk analysis of California's early Tax Credit portfolio. In addition, Paul has worked with the City of Los Angeles Housing Department to develop a comprehensive policy for the preservation of at-risk housing and has advised the City on the creation and implementation of a new preservation ordinance.
Prior to joining CHPC, Paul developed affordable housing as senior project manager for the Los Angeles Community Design Center, where he managed affordable housing and community development projects serving families, seniors, and various special-needs populations. He is knowledgeable in the use of a wide range of community development financing tools, including Low Income Housing Tax Credits, tax-exempt bond financing, and a variety of public funding programs administered at the local, state, and Federal levels. Paul received a Bachelor of Arts in Landscape Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley.
ABOUT THE CALIFORNIA HOUSING PARTNERSHIP
The mission of the California Housing Partnership Corporation (CHPC) is to assist nonprofit and government housing agencies to create and preserve housing affordable to lower-income households, while providing leadership on housing preservation policy and funding.
The State Legislature created the California Housing Partnership in 1988 to help preserve California's existing supply of affordable homes and to provide leadership on affordable housing policy and resource issues. It is unique in combining on-the-ground technical assistance with advocacy leadership at the state and national level. Since then, the CHPC has worked with fellow affordable housing creators and preservers statewide to ensure that low-income Californians have the opportunity to live in a home that fosters a healthy, productive life. In partnership with nonprofit and government housing agencies, CHPC provides the expertise, technical assistance, and advocacy leadership necessary to create and preserve homes affordable to those with the fewest housing choices.