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Tim Aho
01:17:23
These income figures are about paying for housing, but don't include paying for food, etc., right?
Brannon Foster
01:19:26
Labor cost for rammed earth would be too much.
Lissy
01:22:22
What concessions could the city offer developers to get them to devote a certain number of units to be rented for less?
Tammy Cohen, CCR Architecture
01:29:03
Do you have specific programs that we could present to the City? Perhaps Public/Private partnership ideas?
Allison Vosicky
01:29:15
Can you talk at all about the outcomes that you guys see once people do have secured housing? Re-entry statistics?
Jennafer Collins
01:31:17
Do you know of any Case studies to look at in other Cities?
Bruce Lanier
01:32:20
How is the homeless population distributed around Birmingham? We see homelessness downtown and most of the shelters are located downtown (I think), but how does it get measured outside of the city center?
Robert Thompson
01:36:16
Do you evaluate who is best served by affordable housing vs. drug/ alcohol treatment, mental health treatment, etc.?
Nolanda Hatcher, S2HD Architect
01:37:52
Can you speak to how non-profits and housing authorities can better collaborate to provide affordable housing?
mjones
01:38:43
What about the conditioning of existing affordable housing? Are there any effort to to renovate or remodel those neighborhoods?
Vincent Carnaggio
01:38:48
How is the City of Birmingham best serving the homeless population and can it do more to offer its support ?
Bruce Lanier
01:40:04
you skipped Nolanda's question, and I would be interested in that answer too.
Bruce Lanier
01:44:49
Other than the police department, what parts of city governance are actively working on homelessness?
Vincent Carnaggio
01:46:09
I'll have to leave for class. Thank you for the meeting!
Brannon Foster
01:47:13
Thank you Michelle!
Teresa Rivadeneira
01:48:43
Thank you !