Opening Remarks by Jonathan Fanton at “Partners in Innovation: A Dialogue on Federal, State, and Local Rental Preservation Solutions”
$600,000 To work with utility companies to better serve the multifamily housing sector's energy efficiency needs (over three years).
$698,000 To research the impact of service enriched senior housing on resident health, quality-of-life, and health care costs.
$3,300,000 To host and execute the first phase of the Commission on Housing Policy for a Strong Economy (over 18 months).
$400,000 To support a utility on-bill repayment program for energy efficiency projects at affordable multifamily housing (over two years).
$300,000 To provide legal assistance and advocacy for affordable housing preservation (over two years).