Dover affordable housing forum set for Sept. 22

Delaware State News
Posted 9/13/21

DOVER — Dover residents are invited to attend a forum on the topic of housing Sept. 22.

“Affordable Housing: Community Awareness Forum” will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Great …

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Dover affordable housing forum set for Sept. 22

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DOVER — Dover residents are invited to attend a forum on the topic of housing Sept. 22.

“Affordable Housing: Community Awareness Forum” will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Great Hall at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, 425 N. Dupont Highway in Dover. The forum is offered by Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity.

“The goal of this forum is for residents to have an inclusive and open environment to express their concerns regarding affordable housing and community issues in the city of Dover,” a news release states.

This event is open to the public, but registration is requested. Register here.

To submit questions before the event, contact Caitlyn Creasy at ccreasy@centraldelawarehabitat.org or 302-526-2366 ext. 107.

The program will include a section based on questions that were pre-submitted and then an open forum for those who wish to express any issues or questions for the panel.

Current panelists are Dover Mayor Robin Christiansen; Councilman Gerald Rocha, 1st District; Councilman Fred Neil, 3rd District; Sen. Trey Paradee, State District 17; Tim Bailey, CDHFH executive director; Will Grimes, NCALL director of operations; a representative from the Community Policing Unit of the Dover Police Department; and Shan Green, principal of Central Middle School in the Capital School District.