Monticello, NY – What do you think of the state of housing in Sullivan County? Too little? Too much? Too pricey? Too dilapidated?
Sullivan County is seeking your input on current and future housing needs through an online open house hosted at www.sullivanhousingstudy.org. Read about the challenges of finding affordable housing in the County, then fill out the survey! The open house lasts through July 31.
This is part of a Countywide housing needs assessment to analyze the current and future state of housing, predict upcoming needs throughout the community for those most impacted, and develop a plan to implement the resulting recommendations.
Any questions can be directed to Sullivan County Deputy Commissioner of Planning & Community Development Jill Weyer at 845-807-0527 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Whether it’s someone just starting out in life seeking a rental apartment or a growing family needing a larger home, people are finding the housing market a challenging place,” acknowledges Weyer. “County leaders are very much interested in seeing what we as County government can do to help people find affordable places to live. But to do that, we need the public’s help!”