Using hotel rooms for shelters is an expensive, temporary, stop gap measure that isn’t working for people on the streets, and it has costed the City near $1 billion in the last three years.
Perruzza announced a plan to build affordable housing fast by adopting a Smart Housing solution that already works, like the Quad at York University.
Bradford, as Chair of the Housing and Planning Committee, is pushing Housing Now forward, but as a candidate he is disowning it.
Bailao and Bradford got us into this bad housing deal. Perruzza will negotiate a better deal and get affordable housing built faster.