Governor’s Housing Council Entering Final Weeks Of Work

Oregon Governor Tina Kotek’s Housing Production Advisory Council is in to its final weeks developing recommendations towards creating 36,000 housing starts per year.  Mid-Columbia Housing Authority Executive Director Joel Madsen has been on the group’s Land Availability and Finance subcommittees.  He says one proposal that is making it through the process is to leverage state-owned and leased lands available for housing production, and they are also looking at publicly-owned lands in general. The advisory council is to have its recommendations to the governor finished by the end of the year.

Adblock Detected

We have detected that you are using an adblock in your browser’s plugin to disable advertising from loading on our website.

Your Experience is very important to us, and your Ad Blocker enabled will cause our site not to perform as expected.  Turn off the Ad Blocker or add our site to your exceptions.  After you turn off or add exception please refresh the site or click ok.

Please note: Clicking OK below will NOT disable your ad blocker. You will need to make that change within the ad blocker's settings.