MARCH 14 on Zoom Protections for Mobile Park Owners

Protections for Mobile Home Park Owners
Dear CSLC Members & Friends,
You’re invited to join us this Monday for our next program.
We’ll gather online on Monday, March 14 at noon to discuss issues in manufactured housing and mobile homes.
About 100,000 Coloradans live in Manufactured Housing.
Most live in the almost 700 Mobile Home Parks. These communities can offer valuable, affordable private sector housing, yet often have a built-in insecurity when a Park Owner owns and rents the ground under the homes, leaving the potential for displacement. 

Join us on Zoom (click to copy or follow link)
Rep. Andrew Boesenecker (D)
House District 53
Rep. Boesenecker represents District 53
in Larimer County. He was selected to replace former Rep. Jeni Arndt who was elected Mayor of Fort Collins in April 2021. He has formerly worked as a music teacher at a Title I school, an independent musician, a stay-at-home dad, a church musician, and a Lutheran minister, and currently serves as Director of Annual Giving & Stewardship for The Institute for Shipboard Education. In the Colorado Legislature he serves on the Transportation and Local Government Committee and the State, Civic, Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee.
Jack Regenbogen
Colorado Poverty Law ProjectJack Regenbogen is a Policy and Advocacy Staff Attorney at Colorado Poverty Law Project. With expertise in evictions, landlord-tenant law, public benefits such as SNAP and helping people with criminal justice records, Jack is responsible for developing and supporting policies to improve the economic security of low-income Coloradans. Jack earned his J.D. from University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2015 and a bachelor’s degree from Colorado College in 2012.
Cesiah Guadarrama
9to5 Colorado
Cesiah is the Associate State Director for 9to5 Colorado.
Her background is in organizing in mobile home communities and advocating for more renters’ rights at the local and state level. 9to5 Colorado has been a pioneer in leading for housing justice through community organizing and legislation for the past five years. Cesiah first became an advocate by helping to pass legislation that granted undocumented students in-state tuition in Colorado in 2013.
Renée Hummel
Colorado Coalition of Manufactured Home Owners
Renée Hummel got involved in activism on behalf of mobile home owners because of problems in her own community. Over the past seven years, she has worked with various mobile home owners’ organizations, including the Colorado Coalition of Manufactured Home Owners (CoCoMHO).
Michael Pierce
Colorado Coalition of Manufactured Home Owners
Michael Pierce helped found Colorado Coalition of Manufacture Home Owners (CoCoMHO) in 2017 to provide yearly forums, resources, and other ways of helping mobile home residents address a wide range of their concerns. He has been an active advocate on behalf of Mobile Home Owners.
We look forward to seeing you on Monday!
Upcoming Programs
March 21: Reproductive Rights
March 28: Aging Issues & Older Coloradans
April 4: Health Care in the 2022 Session
2022 Executive Committee
Chair: Sarah Barnes
Vice Chair: Mathew Mengesha
Treasurer: Cynthia Wadle
Secretary & Membership Chair: Susan Stark
Legislative Chair: Chaer Robert
Communications Chair: Randle Loeb
Members at Large: Chip Spreyer, Diane Rich, Nan Morehead, Kay Bengston, Aubrey Hasvold, Peter Severson, Patrick Potyondy, Dave DeLay
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