Alan Greenlee

Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing

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Executive director of the Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing; member of the steering committee for Build Better L.A., a ballot proposal that would require developers to provide affordable housing

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A lot of people in and around Los Angeles are currently struggling to pay high rents. One Harvard Study ranked L.A. as the least affordable rental market in the country.

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A lot of people in and around Los Angeles are currently struggling to pay high rents. One Harvard Study ranked L.A. as the least affordable rental market in the country.

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