Join us for a fun and exciting annual meeting on Monday, December 16th as we celebrate an active and fruitful 2019. There will be dinner, dessert and a fond farewell to our retiring HomeSafe program manager Jorge Casas after 18 years of outstanding service to low- and moderate-income homeowners. We will also be congratulating MAHA board member Kenzie Bok on her recent election to the Boston City Council.
MAHA is looking for a commercial tenant for our ground floor retail space on Dorchester Avenue. Space is 1,080 square feet and is a short walk from Ashmont and Shawmut stations on the MBTA Red Line. Rent is $20 per square foot plus utilities and common area maintenance charge. Interested? Email Tom Callahan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 617-290-1753.
Our congratulations to Kenzie Bok on winning the District 8 City Council seat yesterday. Kenzie becomes the first MAHA Board member to win elective office in the organization's 34 year history. Kenzie was a leader in the effort to pass the Community Preservation Act in Boston in 2016 and campaigned on a platform of increasing affordable housing opportunities in her district and throughout the city. We look forward to working with her in 2020.
On Tuesday, November 5th voters will go to the polls...or will they? Make sure you are one of those who make a plan and VOTE. Boston voters will select four at-large City Councilors and voters in Districts 4, 5, 7, 8 and 9 will decide on who will represent them. In addition, Boston voters will be asked their opinion in a non-binding referendum that proposes to change the name of Dudley Square to Nubian Square. Polls are open from 7am-8pm.
In some odd-numbered years, our politics can be sleepy. But not this year! Fifteen candidates are running for four at-large City Council seats and there are active races in Districts 5 (Hyde Park-Mattapan), 7 (Roxbury), 8 (Back Bay-Fenway-Mission Hill), and 9 (Allston-Brighton). MAHA is reminding all that it is important to get out and vote on Tuesday, September 24th between 7am-8pm. Check out our questionnaire to the candidates to find out where they stand on issues important to MAHA members.
Roxbury – July 18, 2019 - Over 1,000 first-time homebuyers and friends packed the Reggie Lewis Center in Roxbury on Thursday evening for an exciting announcement of a new affordable mortgage program for Boston residents and continue MAHA's Expand the Pie campaign for more resources for affordable housing.
Last year we came together to expand the pie and win more resources for affordable homeownership. Come hear about our victories including a $3.8 million award from Boston's CPA fund to help first time homebuyers buy a home in Boston. We're coming together to fight for more homeownership resources. 6pm for info tables with resources for homeowners and homebuyers and 6:30 program with elected officials at the Reggie Lewis Center (1350 Tremont St). Sign up now!