AUGUST 7TH SPECIAL CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS CITY COUNCIL MEETING: “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Assessment Tool?”

  • Posted on: 10 August 2017

Peace and Sanity Be Unto You,

I’m Hasson Rashid, I reside at 820 Massachusetts Avenue, my Public Comment relates to CMA Agenda items#10, Pol/Res. Ord.#1 and &, and any other agenda items that relates to Homelessness.

Or sometime now I have made, offered, and had public comments entered into the official city council records, relating to the development and rehabilitation of affordable housing from the ground up, to permanently accommodate the unhoused homeless population in the Cambridge, MA region, with federal mandated help from the city’s annual allotment of “federal affordable housing funding,” etc.,

One of the main reasons for the exclusion of the homeless can be viewed by looking at “ Inclusionary Zoning or other Policies,” that support affordable housing, as they help to exclude the income eligibilities levels of the homeless, etc. , therefore zoning or other regulatory laws and policies have not targeted housing services from the ground up either, to be provided to the homeless sector and mosaic.

At no time in the past history of Cambridge has anything similar or like, an “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Assessment Tool,” been employed in municipal areas that support homelessness , poverty housing, and the living patterns of the local homeless population, with housing built from the ground up. Government policies, such as those fomented at the Foundry Building, Sullivan Court House Volpe Properties., are limiting or excluding people experiencing homelessness from residing in a community , and serve to create and/ or perpetuate segregation on the basis of race, ethnicity, and disability.

The living patterns of homeless persons are an important factor to be accounted for in any “Fair Housing Analysis or Fair Housing Assessment. “ In the past and currently social housing policies in the Cambridge, MA region has always led to worsening living condition for the unsheltered homeless population here. You current and future municipal policy makers remember now, that the most extreme form of disproportionate housing policy needs are homelessness, and this in our community are among the most important and sanely 21st Century postmodern factors to be dealt with. Thank You.

Yours In Peace and Sanity,
Mr. Hasson J. Rashid

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