Housing in Connecticut is expensive. That’s one thing almost all residents of the Nutmeg state can agree on. Developing affordable housing in the state has always been a challenge, and the demand for it has grown during the pandemic. Now a change may be on the horizon.
This week on The Full Story we take a look at what’s being done to develop more affordable housing units throughout Connecticut. That includes legislation to change zoning rules to building experimental housing units for public workers.
Housing that is affordable, a conversation with guests:
- Davis Dunavin, WSHU Reporter
- Jeniece Roman, WSHU Reporter
- Sara Bronin, Founder & Lead Organizer at Desegregate Connecticut
- Jonathan L. Wharton, Ph.D., Associate Dean at School of Graduate & Professional Studies, Southern Connecticut State University
Ron Beit, Founding Partner & CEO of RBH Group