Housing advocates are gearing up for the new state legislative session and a potential major advancement if the House affirms the committee recommendation on the formerly retained accessory dwelling units bill, SB 146. At the federal level, Congress passed and the President signed an omnibus spending bill and tax extenders package that includes several victories.
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Sunday, December 20
Manchester: 12 noon at 1269 Café, 123 Hanover Street
Contact: Craig Chevalier, email@example.com
Monday, December 21
Concord: 4 pm in front of the State House
Contact: Maggie Fogarty, AFSC, firstname.lastname@example.org
Peterborough: 4:30 pm Peterborough Town Hall
Contact: Susan Howard, Program Manager, Monadnock Area Transitional Shelter, email@example.com
Lebanon: 5 pm, Tri-County CAP, 57 Mechanic Street, Ste G0-1
Contact: Dianne Munson (603) 443-6150 or Angel Hudson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Keene: 5 pm, Central Square
Contact: Mindy Cambiar, email@example.com
Portsmouth: 5:30 pm, Market Square
Contact: Jessica Parker, Crossroads House, firstname.lastname@example.org
Laconia: 5:30 pm, Veterans Park
Contact: Len Campbell, NH Catholic Charities, email@example.com
Newport: 6 pm, On the Common
Contact: Alice Roberts, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, December 22
Nashua: 5 pm, Main St. Methodist Church (corner of Temple & Main Streets)
Contact: Eileen Brady, Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter, email@example.com
Scheduled as of 12/11/15
Housing Action NH hosts a monthly meeting for members interested in learning, connecting and sharing with a network of advocates united around affordable housing and homelessness policy. These meetings are open to any interested Housing Action NH member.
Our next meeting takes place Friday, January 14, 10-11:30 AM in Concord.
Please contact Membership Coordinator Laurel Redden for location details or to receive meeting notices at firstname.lastname@example.org.