Community Conversation #2: Preserving neighborhood character, adding diversity, managing density

When: October 3 from 7PM-9PM

Where: St Luke Church on West Lynn

Who: John Henneberger is a 2014 MacArthur Fellow and a nationally known advocate for affordable housing. John co-founded the Austin-based, nonprofit Texas Low Income Housing Information Service, or Texas Housers, in 1988. 

John began his work engaging in and supporting grassroots housing advocacy in 1974 as a volunteer in Clarksville. Later, he co-authored Housing Patterns Study: Segregation and Discrimination in Austin, Texas (1979) for the City of Austin's Human Relations Commission. John has served as an adjunct instructor in Disaster Recovery Housing in the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin, has led several community development corporations and is a former board member of the National Low Income Housing Coalition.

Two articles written by John relating to the topic of  October's Community Conversation are:  Austin for everyone: Building an inclusive, diverse city begins in every neighborhood and Austin’s proposed development codes and building the inclusive community.

Come join the conversation!!!!!


Community Conversation #3: Local Historic District. A Tool for Keeping Clarksville "Clarksville"

Details to Come