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Longtime affordable housing advocate to retire

John Mealey the founder and head of the Coachella Valley Housing Coalition plans to retire at the end of march. The non-profit he founded has built nearly 5000 affordable houses and apartments in the last 30 years. (Mar. 3, 2016) Rosalie Murphy, The Desert Sun 11:29 a.m. PST… [...]

Unpermitted living quarters a hazard in Coachella, but are fueled by lack of affordable housing

The last person in Tony Montano’s Coachella home to shower gets the “rancho” experience, he jokes — cold, short and generally unpleasant. So he, his brother and the tenant they found online have a rotating bathing schedule to make the experience equitable. The three-bedroom, two-bath home the trio lives in on Calle Mendoza… [...]

John Mealey—a lifetime of achievements in affordable housing

Stanley Keasling presented John Mealey with the William French Award in November to recognize his lifetime achievements of leadership in rural development, building and sustaining an organization that benefits rural communities and has a regional impact.   If there is one thing John Mealey would tell younger people who want… [...]

MILITARY: Officials making progress with local homeless vets

As the nation grapples with the deep-seated problem of homeless military veterans, the Southern California-based leader of a national veterans group said progress is being made in the Inland Empire. Steve Peck, president and CEO of U.S. Vets, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing housing, employment and other critical resources… [...]

U.S.VETS – Inland Empire Hits the Ground Running

2015 In Accomplishments, Inland Empire U.S.VETS – Inland Empire Hits the Ground Running On Nov. 9, U.S.VETS celebrated a groundbreaking at March Veterans Village—a labor of love between U.S.VETS, Coachella Valley Housing Coalition and the March Joint Powers Authority—which will usher in decent, safe, permanent affordable housing for previously homeless… [...]

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