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21 May 14
Sign the Theodora Rescue Committee’s petition asking the Volunteers of America and Goodman Real Estate to keep affordable housing affordable.
16 Jun 16
Fill out our 10-question survey to guide the TU’s programs, practices, and policies.
13 May 16
The City of Seattle’s Affordable Housing, Neighborhoods, & Finance Committee is considering the Carl Haglund Law, a law that would ban rent increases in slums across Seattle. Click for more info!
3 Aug 15
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12 Nov 14
Tenants are demanding that the SHA Board of Commissioners votes “NO” on Stepping Forward and any other proposal where rent is not based on tenants’ incomes. March in solidarity with them against this unfair rent policy on SHA’s own turf and tell the Board to vote “NO” against Stepping Forward rent increases!
28 Oct 14
Did it take hours to get through to our hotline? Imagine how much worse it will be if our funding is cut! We need tenants to write to King County Council to reinstate funding for our tenants’ rights hotline!
22 Oct 14
The Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) recently unveiled a plan misleadingly called “Stepping Forward” to raise the rents of low-income tenants by over 500% over the next 6 years. Join tenants at 3pm on Friday (24th) to rally against rent hikes on Seattle’s working poor!
19 Sep 14
Monday morning the 22nd at 9:30am at Seattle City Hall, the Seattle Housing Authority will present to the full Council on their Stepped Rent Increase proposal. Attend the meeting to hear City Council ask questions, and the TU will be at the table to provide our view on this flawed proposal. We need a public hearing!
10 Sep 14
Rally with SHA tenants on September 17th to fight against the largest rent increase in the history of the Seattle Housing Authority, the rally will precede the official public meeting. Come show your support and fight displacement!
12 Jun 14
Unless we stop it, Goodman Real Estate will convert the building from low income housing for seniors and folks with disabilities to luxury housing for the wealthy. But we can stop this and preserve some of Seattle’s last public housing. One tool at our disposal is public comment to the city on Goodman’s permit applications. Please take a few minutes to send a personalized comment letter into the Department of Planning and Development and demand our city pay close attention when our affordable housing is at stake.