May 10, 2019
The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) and the South Bay Association of Realtors® (SBAOR) are co-hosting the Housing Forum, a half-day conference on Friday, May 10 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Toyota Meeting Hall.
This important event will seek practical, workable solutions to the housing crisis and issues of housing supply specifically in the South Bay but applicable to Greater Los Angeles and suburban communities throughout the state. The Housing Forum kicks off with a keynote address from California Senator Ben Allen (D-26) followed by three panels that progressively set the stage to address critical questions on housing in our region.
The panels include:
• Making the Case for Housing • Different Options for Expanding Housing Supply • The South Bay Perspective on Housing Legislation
The last panel will discuss from a variety of perspectives the significant and at times controversial housing legislation being considered in Sacramento.
Confirmed Speakers include:
• Larry Kosmont – Chairman and CEO, Kosmont Companies (Moderator) • Greg Anderson – Senior Vice President, Shea Properties • Bill Brand – Mayor, City of Redondo Beach • Darin Chidsey – Chief Operating Officer, Southern California Association of Governments • Jeff Kiernan, Regional Public Affairs Manager, League of California Cities • Anne McIntosh – Community Development Director, City of Manhattan Beach • Wally Siembab – Research Director, SBCCOG • Kenneth Stahl – Professor, Chapman University • Jennifer Svec – Legislative Advocate, California Association of Realtors®
This event is FREE to attend. Space is limited and registration is highly recommended.
The Housing Forum is made possible thanks to major funding from the National Association of Realtors®. Additional sponsorship funding is generously provided by Reylenn Properties LLC and Watson Land Company.
For additional information and to register, visit the website at http://southbaycities.org/meetings-events/events/south-bay-housing-forum.
The Toyota Meeting Hall is located at 3330 Civic Center Drive in Torrance.