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PLEASE SAVE THE DATE OF MARCH 12 FOR THE 2017 CAN-DO ANNUAL CELEBRATION

 

Thursday, November 17th, 7 PM
Newton Senior Center, 345 Walnut Street, Newtonville

Is Fair Housing Still Relevant? Current Issues and Enforcement Activities

Genevieve Nadeau, Chief of the Civil Rights Division in the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office, will discuss current issues and enforcement activities in Massachusetts concerning housing discrimination against families with children under 18; persons with housing subsidies; persons with a disability who are refused a reasonable accommodation; and discrimination in advertising.

The program will also share the results of testing audits performed to determine the prevalence of housing discrimination in Newton.

Co-sponsored by the Fair Housing Committee and the Planning and Development Department of the City of Newton


 

See details of the proposal for CAN-DO's request for $584,029 in Community Preservation funds for the Taft Avenue Project, which are available on the City of Newton website, http://www.newtonma.gov/gov/planning/cpa/projects/taft.asp.
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