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SFCLT Intro Workshop July 28, 2016

Come join SFCLT on Thursday, July 28, 2016 from 6:00-7:00 pm at the San Francisco Public Library's Main Branch to learn about Community Land Trusts and the Cooperative Housing Model! 

 

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Join us from 6-7:00 p.m. at the San Francisco Public Library - Main Branch in the Mary Louise Stong Room. SFCLT will be holding an Introduction to Community Land Trusts and Cooperatives at the Public Library for anyone that is interested in learning more about our organization and the cooperative housing model. Please feel free to bring friends and pass on to anyone you think might be interested.

 

When: Thursday, July 28, 2016 from 6pm - 7:00pm

Where: San Francisco Public Library Main Branch

           Mary Louise Stong Room

           100 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA 94102

 

 

SFCLT is hiring: Organizational Director

TITLE:                      Organizational Director

REPORTS TO:        Board of Directors

STATUS:                  100% FTE (40 hours/week)

SFCLT is a membership based organization whose mission is to preserve and create permanently affordable, resident-controlled housing for low- to moderate-income people in San Francisco through community ownership of the land. We do this by acquiring apartment buildings in which long-time tenants are at risk of eviction and convert them into resident-owned cooperatives. Currently SFCLT has a portfolio of 12 properties (102 units) that is rapidly expanding. The Organizational Director works collaboratively with all team members and community partners to build and maintain a strong, well-functioning, community-based organization.

Job description:

SFCLT seeks an Organizational Director to build and maintain this community-based organization. The Director is hired by and reports to the Board of Directors. Working closely with the Board, the Director is responsible for the overall management of the organization including fundraising, board support, financial management, and public relations, as well as overseeing project management and stewardship of properties in our portfolio. The ideal candidate will have experience working with people from diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds, will be passionate about the organization's mission, and experienced in housing and/or community development. This position requires someone who is able to self-manage and is highly self-organized. All management practices will model and promote SFCLT's community-driven, collaborative and inclusive values.

 

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568-570 Natoma Street - Final Lottery Results

San Francisco Community Land Trust

Final Lottery Results, 5/12/2016

NAME OF DEVELOPMENT: 568-570 Natoma Street -  1 Unit

DATE OF LOTTERY: 5/12/2016

LOCATION OF LOTTERY:MOHCD

Final Lottery Rank           Applicant Number

1                         1312604

2                         1312603

3                         1312597

4                         1312587

5                         1312590

6                         1312599

7                         1312574

8                         1312601

9                         1312570

10                       1312598

11                       1312602

12                       1312585

13                       1312595

14                       1312594

15                       1312589

16                      1312577

17                      1312582

18                      1312591

19                      1312571 

20                      1312592

 

 All ticket holders will be contacted via US Mail, also by email if email address is on application.

Questions -  please contact SFCLT at 415-399-0943. 

 

 

 

 

 
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