Affordable Housing, Rental Assistance Not Used / New PPIC Survey / National Youth Poet Laureate Alexandra Huynh / Music In The Mountains
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New housing is under construction at 16th and H Streets in Sacrameto. This project replaces a long vacant motel. Housing construction is up in Sacramento, but housing for poorer residents is falling short.
Ed Fletcher / CapRadio
A new statewide survey provides insight into how Californians stand on several issues, from the recall to vaccines. Sacramento's hot real estate market and lack of affordable housing are also squeezing out the lowest income renters; we look at new funding to address the issue. Plus, the new National Youth Poet Laureate is a local and joins the show with a poem.
- CapRadio News Reporter Chris Nichols explains the latest with low-income housing and how it’s becoming hard to find a place to rent
- Public Policy Institute of California Associated Survey Director and Research Fellow Dean Bonner previews the latest PPIC survey covering Governor Newsom’s recall outlook and more
- National Youth Poet Laureate Alexandra Huynh describes her new role and performs her poem “Autumn Prayer”
- Music in the Mountains Artistic Director and Conductor Ryan Murray on the upcoming summer season and how pandemic restrictions will play into in-person events