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Happy Holidays from Cornerstone Partnership! As an end-of-the-year special, we gathered the top 10 blog posts from this past year so you can remember the themes, ideas, and stories of 2014! Happy reading! A Look at the Data: Greater Social Impact Through Long-Term Affordable Homeownership by Thane Maxwell,…Read More
Something unprecedented happened in the San Francisco Bay Area last week – school districts in several counties closed schools ahead of a major winter rain storm. For California kids who are growing up without ever experiencing a snow day or school closure of any kind, it was an unbelievable stroke of good fortune.…Read More
This guest post comes from Chris Donnely, Director of Community Relations, of the Champlain Housing Trust (CHT). In this post, Chris pens the story about a series of five white papers CHT published this year to advocate for affordable homeownership in the state of Vermont. Over the last year, several…Read More
The Cornerstone Inclusionary team recently presented at two conferences in California. In October, we gave a serious talk with a lighthearted name at the Nonprofit Housing Association of Northern California’s annual conference. “Units or Ducats” explored how cities should consider the policy trade-offs for on-site affordable housing requirements versus collecting…Read More
Updated 12/18/14: New Deadline for Applicants. The Cornerstone Partnership is looking for consultants with expertise in inclusionary housing policy. If you are interested in working with Cornerstone on inclusionary housing related projects, please email a letter of interest, a writing sample, and your qualifications to Sasha Hauswald, Senior Program Officer…Read More