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Affordable/Workforce Housing Study

Fort Ord Reuse Authority

Affordable/Workforce Housing Study

by

The Clark Group

March 2003

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Introduction: Defining Affordable and Workforce Housing

Chapter 1: Monterey County Housing "Least Affordable in U.S."   

Mayors'Ad Hoc Committee on Housing Issues

FORA Housing Workshop—Actions Identified                                               

FORA Lists Workforce Housing Strategies in Response to Congress

Chapter 2: FORA’s Original Affordable Housing Goals

Key Points from the Base Reuse Plan

FORA Base Reuse Plan Housing Projections

Chapter 3: Barriers, Opportunities and Strategies

Housing Trust Funds

Community Trust Funds

Technical Assistance

Funding

Brownfields Redevelopment

Working with Legislators

Chapter 4: Models and Examples

Chapter 5: Federal, State, Local and Private Resources

Summary of Affordable/Workforce Housing Resources

Sources of Private Funding for Housing Nonprofits in California

Chapter 6: Findings and Recommendations

Establish a Housing and Community Land Trust Fund

Enhance FORA’s Internal Capacity to Address Housing Needs

Attract New Funding and Better Use Existing Funds      

Initiate Regulatory Changes

Enlist Legislators to Achieve Long-Term Housing Goals

Engage the Army to the Solve Water Issue

Bibliography

 

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