On Oct. 15, County Executive Dow Constantine, the Housing Development Consortium, and Laborers Local 242 partnered to host an event in support of the Veterans, Seniors, and Human Services Levy, which will be on the ballot on Nov. 7. The levy strengthens our communities by providing job training, employment opportunities, and housing stability to veterans, seniors, domestic violence survivors, and more. The levy extends existing efforts that have proven effective in reducing unemployment, homelessness, and emergency medical costs.
Labor and housing advocates have joined together to support this important cause. Partners from labor include Laborers Local 242, IAM 751, Teamsters Joint Council 28, and others.