This is the video recording of the 5/29/18, WNAC-organized, Teachers Village and More Forum held at Del Mar High School. A few things stand out from the diverse group of perspectives, including:
- It is incumbent upon all of us, whether public officials or citizens, to work together if we are going to make a dent in the housing crisis that afflicts Silicon Valley.
- There isn’t a silver bullet solution, so a range of solutions will need to be implemented.
- Different public agencies will need to work together, as well as work with both for-profit and not-for-profit, private entities to find solutions.
This is our chance to rebuild Santa Clara County into something better than what was developed post World War II. Let’s get it done!
Note: The following links have been created to allow continued interaction beyond the May 29th date. Feel free to comment on any of the specific posts found in the following categories.
To see the individual forum panels, click on this category:
To see the audience questions and answers, click on this category*:
or this one
To see additional references on this topic, click on this category:
To see a 90 second overview of the Teachers Village in Newark, New Jersey
To see the agenda and pre-amble for the meeting:
To see the story/whitepaper that prompted this forum:
*Note, as of 6/6/18, not all of the questions have been addressed.
An article in Wired reinforces the idea that we all are part of the solution to the Silicon Valley housing crisis.
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