Inland Equity Partnership Projects
I. Inland Equity Community Land Trust (IECLT)
Inland Equity CLT Website: https://inlandequityclt.org/
Inland Equity Community Land Trust will provide affordable solutions to address the housing crisis, Community land trusts are nonprofit organizations, with a board composed of representatives of the public, the local government, and the tenants, that obtain land and either develop it themselves or lease it to developers. Includes co-ops and purchasing commercial and housing structures.
Agenda Item 2:
"Receive a Report on the County of San Bernardino's COVID-19 Homeless Emergency Hotel/Motel Response Planning and Provide Direction to Staff Accordingly."
March 30, 2020
Rusty Bailey, Riverside Mayor
Erin Edwards, Riverside City Councilmember Ward 1
Andy Melendrez, Riverside City Councilmember Ward 2
Ronaldo Fierro, Riverside City Councilmember Ward 3
Chuck Conder, Riverside City Councilmember Ward 4
Gaby Plascencia, Riverside City Councilmember Ward 5
Jim Perry, Riverside City Councilmember Ward 6
Steve Hemenway, Riverside City Councilmember Ward 7
The Jurupa Valley City Council is voting to add an anti-camping ordinance on December 19th 2019. The agenda Item is 12 (the consent calendar). The city's Annual Action Plan commits $135,000 for "a minimum of two shelter beds (600 bed nights) for Jurupa Valley homeless individuals." The 9th circuit court's ruling in Boise vs. Martin means that if there are three homeless people in Jurupa Valley they cannot enforce the ordinance.
The CONSENT CALENDAR
(COMMENTS ON CONSENT AGENDA TAKEN HERE)
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