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The Los Angeles Business Council (LABC), together with affordable housing nonprofit Enterprise Community Partners (Enterprise), is launching a coalition in support of a series of proposals issued by the Governor’s Council of Regional Homeless Advisors. Led by Richard Ziman, Chairman of Rexford Industrial and LABC Founder, and Jacqueline Waggoner, Vice President & Southern California Market Leader for Enterprise, the group is focused on establishing public-private partnerships to eliminate homelessness statewide.
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Enhancing and Implementing Homeownership in Native Communities is a new curriculum with 12 interactive modules to support housing practitioners in creating and strengthening homeownership programs.
Rural & Native American
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Northern California market welcomed Brandon Jones as program director of the Cultural Resilience Program. His role is to examine strategies and best practices for protecting cultural identity within community development, with a focus on the HOPE SF redevelopment initiative and supporting Enterprise’s national Culture and Creativity team. 
Northern California
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Program Participants Announced for the New York State Anti-Displacement Learning Network in Partnership with Attorney General 
Policy New York
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The updated Criteria features groundbreaking components to create climate-resilient, zero-emission, healthy affordable homes nationwide.
Design Resilience Green Communities Health & Housing
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Enterprise works with the New York State Office of the Attorney General on Cities RISE to support the development of strategic housing programs.
New York
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The Enterprise and Wells Fargo competition will award $12 million in grants for six innovative proposals that are the most scalable and viable to increase housing affordability solutions.
Financing for Developers Resident ServicesMid-Atlantic Northern California
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Gov. Gavin Newsom’s $1.4 billion budget allocation toward resolving homelessness is indicative of the urgent need to address the homelessness crisis in California, and calls for similar actions put in place by Los Angeles City and Los Angeles County.
Resident ServicesSouthern California
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Statement from Enterprise President Laurel Blatchford Opposing HUD’s Proposed AFFH Rule
Fair Housing
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Todd Lee was about that work. Work for his family. Work for the people. Todd Lee was about that work.
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