What Should the Region Be Doing About Housing? SPUR San Jose

APA California Chapter, Northern Section


Tuesday, May 16, 2017
12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. PDT

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It’s no secret that the Bay Area is grappling with a regional housing shortage and all the negative consequences that come with it. Many argue that this is a regional issue that needs a regional vision and regional tools. What is the role of regional government in housing? How can jurisdictions better collaborate across boundaries? Come tackle these thorny questions with our panel.


Event is at SPUR San Jose. 

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Ken Kirkey

Invited Speaker

Ken Kirkey is the current Director of Planning at the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for the San Francisco Bay Area. MTC has a staff of some 200 and an annual operating budget of roughly $110 million, which includes local, regional, state and federal transportation funds as well as investment income. MTC ... Read More

Steve Levy

Invited Speaker

Stephen Levy is Director and Senior Economist of the Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy (CCSCE) in Palo Alto. CCSCE is a private research organization founded in 1969 to provide an independent assessment of economic and demographic trends in California. CCSCE works with public institutions and private companies ... Read More

Leslye Corsiglia

Invited Speaker

Leslye began her professional career at the State Department of Housing and Community Development, where she held several positions before taking on the challenge of overseeing the day-to-day activities of the State’s housing loan and grant programs. In that capacity, she worked to pass and then implement the first ... Read More

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Leslye Corsiglia, leslye@siliconvalleyathome.org