From the Orange County Breeze:
The California Apartment Association – South Coast hosted “The Inaugural CAA South Coast Charity Gala Benefitting the Rapid Rehousing Initiative” last night at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim. The gala raised funds to support the Orange County United Way’s Rapid Rehousing Initiative, which helps homeless families find stable, permanent housing in the apartment community.
The gala also honored Anaheim Mayor Pro Tem Kris Murray for her efforts to ensure that families have access to safe housing throughout the city. Under her leadership, the Anaheim City Council unanimously approved a safe housing ordinance, which protected the rights of property owners without increasing fees on business owners in Anaheim. Mayor Pro Tem Murray received the CAA-South Coast’s first annual CAA-SC Housing Champion Award for her efforts and leadership in Anaheim.
“For over 70 years, the California Apartment Association has served as a hub for apartment owners and managers throughout California, standing out as the definitive voice for multifamily housing,” said Tommy Thompson, Executive Director of the California Apartment Association – South Coast. “Here at CAA-South Coast, we are thrilled to begin a new facet of our program by recognizing the great efforts and accomplishments of local leaders who are making a positive difference in the lives of families, particularly when it comes to housing, such as Mayor Pro Tem Murray.”
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