Affordable Housing Advisory Committee Vacancies

Press release from Alachua County

ALACHUA COUNTY, Fla. – Alachua County seeks to fill four vacancies for the Affordable Housing Advisory Committee (AHAC). AHAC’s mission is to review policies and procedures and various regulations of Alachua County and to recommend actions or initiatives to encourage affordable housing to the Alachua County Commission.

Residents interested in preserving and expanding the availability of safe, affordable housing for very low to low-income families in Alachua County are encouraged to apply.

Qualified applicants to fill AHAC vacancies must be one of the following:

  • A citizen who is actively engaged as a not-for-profit provider of affordable housing
  • A citizen who actively serves on the local planning agency.
  • A citizen who resides within the jurisdiction of the local governing body making the appointments.
  • A citizen who represents employers within the jurisdiction.
  • A citizen who represents essential services personnel, as defined in the local housing assistance plan.

Interested applicants may apply online. Click on Vacancies and scroll down to the Affordable Housing Advisory Committee. Please indicate the position title(s) for which you are applying in the appropriate section of the online application. 

Find out more information about Alachua County Advisory Boards.

  • Wonder how many vacancies on the committee can be attributed to the lack of affordable housing?

    • They will be housing the climate change refugees at the army vehicle repair center/fema camp
      they are building at the old fair grounds by airport. It’s very large….can accommodate thousands. When referring to homeless or vagrants, the new term to use is: neighbor, climate change refugee, or volunteer.

      • They can also fence areas
        under all the I75 overpasses to
        House the climate refugees headed North from Miami….maybe I should apply for that advisory board.

        • When the time comes, your private property, supplies, & everything will be taken for the greater good…it’s all part of the NWO
          Great Reset to end world hunger, stop climate change, provide universal basic income, and end homelessness because housing is a human right. Everyone will be living in sustainable Potemkin villages. This is a global movement to save the planet.
          “You will own nothing and be happy”.

  • They’re all quitting cause the CC didn’t listen to them when they were against that exclusionary zoning item
    that will destroy single family neighborhoods. Section 8 and vagrants ruin where they live by living slovenly and dealing with drugs. The CC didn’t listen to the citizens either.

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