Next week the Cuyahoga Affordable Housing Alliance Meeting will feature a discussion of evictions over the last year and a look at the environmental issues associated with housing. Housing Specialist, Robert Fuchs of Cleveland Housing Court will talk about the numbers of evictions and trends within the City of Cleveland. We have not had the rental assistance funding we had in 2010, and so we will see how this impacts evictions in Cleveland. He will be prepared to answer questions as well. Cleveland represents about half the evictions within Cuyahoga County.
Michael Piepsny, Executive Director of the Environmental Health Watch will talk about green building, lead safety issues and an update on the agencies activities. EHW has a plan to assist Medicaid providers with providing healthy homes to at-risk populations. EHW oversees green energy projects and advocating for healthy homes.
The meeting is Monday March 3 at 1:30 p.m. in the lower level of the US Bank Building where the HUD offices are in Cleveland. The meeting is at 1350 Euclid Ave. in the Playhouse Sqaure district. We also typically get an update on troubled property in Cuyahoga County. The meetings are open to the public.
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