Susan reflects on the latest Housing Report Card from The Boston Foundation, which has effectively served as a catalyst for fresh ideas, regional approaches and a new regulatory option at the local level to make it easier to get more housing built. Click here to read Susan’s December 2017 op-ed.
Investing in the future of transportation services is as relevant to housing as it is to jobs. We need to consider whether our rail system can better connect where people live to where they work. Linking commuter hubs would increase access to attractive home and job opportunities throughout the region. Click here to read Susan’s…
With federal housing assistance threatened to sink to its lowest level in 40 years, the Our Homes Our Voices campaign is an important call to action in Boston and across the country to support and engage those with the most at stake if this housing is lost. Click here to read Susan’s August 2017 op-ed.
One year after launch the Workforce Housing Initiative shows great promise to meet the demand for residents with middle incomes. Click here to read Susan’s June 2017 op-ed.
Susan discusses the influx of luxury units and its effects on rent in older buildings. Click here to read Susan’s April 2017 op-ed.
“From Cambridge to Roslindale, Newton to Jamaica Plain, points in between and beyond, local residents are coming together to say YES In My Back Yard…” (A Better Cambridge). Susan discusses this emerging movement and its potential. Click here to read Susan’s February 2017 op-ed.