If signed into law, Connecticut will become one of the first states to provide right to counsel.
Woodbridge officials are weighing whether to allow multi-family housing after attorneys applied to convert a single-family home.
The state moratorium hasn’t completely eliminated evictions, which are now at about half the level they were before the pandemic.
After six months of public hearings on a widely followed Woodbridge rezoning proposal, commissioners are to start deliberating. Is multi-family housing in the suburbs a civil rights issue? Or a matter of water and sewer access? Or is the idea of an environment-housing “balance” an excuse for avoiding necessary systemic change? Woodbridge Town Planning & […]
Across Connecticut, lower-income families are facing more housing challenges. Federal aid might help, but the problems have deep roots.
The bills are still “a work in progress,” legislators said.
Volunteers found fewer homeless people in Connecticut during an early-2020 count.
Fault lines emerged during a contentious hearing this week on how to remedy high housing costs and segregation.
Legislation that would provide tenants facing eviction the “right to counsel” is a top priority for legislative leaders.
Housing legislation was the subject of a public hearing on Thursday.
The study by Desegregate CT was released as lawmakers, who are divided over zoning reforms, prepare to tackle the issue.
Stimulus money plus an extension of the eviction moratorium are welcome news for renters facing eviction.
The exemptions to the moratorium add up to the state’s eviction machine churning at about one-third the pre-pandemic rate.
What’s happening in this liberal suburb is a reflection of land-use decisions playing out in wealthy suburbs across the state.
The policies that keep poor residents in impoverished areas are the subject of a lawsuit filed by 10 local families.