Affordable Housing Mediation: Building Consensus for Regional Agreements in the Hartford and Greater Bridgeport Areas
This report presents two case studies and a handbook on the process of overcoming political obstacles to build a consensus for affordable housing. In spite of greater public awareness about the need for affordable housing, local officials, citizens, and developers can learn about the difficulties of implementing new housing in their communities and the benefits of various mediation techniques to meet those challenges.
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Description of the Compact Negotiations
Exhibit IIA Sample Meeting Agendas IIA1
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Affordable Housing Compact affordable housing needs affordable housing stock affordable units agenda agreed agreement AHCC Bridgeport Regional Planning build affordable housing CHFA coalition Committee members Compact negotiations COMPACT PILOT PROGRAM concerns Connecticut CRCOG decisionmaking Deed restrictions definition of affordable density Department of Housing discussions East Hartford ENDISPUTE environmental FAIR HOUSING COMPACT fair share federal formula funds goals governing Greater Bridgeport Region ground rules Hartford HOUSING COMPACT PILOT housing cooperatives Housing Development implementation included Inclusionary zoning interests Land Trust Lawrence Susskind legislation Limited Equity mediation team meeting mortgage municipality's number of units Office of Policy options ordinance/regulation ownership participants partnership percent Policy Board political problem providing affordable housing ratification REGION FAIR HOUSING regional housing regional median income Regional Planning Agency rental units representatives require residents shortfall South Congregational Church South Windsor specific strategies Sweat Equity town University of Bridgeport Whereby a municipality