Affordable Housing Commission (AHC)
Composition and Role of Commission
The Affordable Housing Commission is the leading Lake County governmental agency assisting county, township and municipal governments in advocating for more affordable housing. On behalf of the Lake County Board, the Affordable Housing Commission advocates to the public for more affordable housing and collaborates with county government in setting public policy and priorities for affordable housing in Lake County. The Affordable Housing Commission is the advisory board to the Community Development Commission and the Lake County Consortium regarding the federal Lake County Consortium Housing Funds and County Affordable Housing Fund. The Affordable Housing Commission is comprised of representatives from the County Board, housing authorities, the real estate industry (including homebuilders, for-profit and non-profit developers, lenders, and real estate agents), and the general public.
Meeting Dates and Place
The Executive Committee of the Commission meets the first Tuesday of every month and the full Commission meets the third Tuesday of every other month. The Lake County Board created the Affordable Housing Commission on November 12, 1991.
The Affordable Housing Corporation of Lake County
In December 1992, the Affordable Housing Commission created, and currently maintains, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit corporation, the Affordable Housing Corporation of Lake County. The Affordable Housing Corporation initiates, implements and administers programs to make available more affordable housing in Lake County. The Affordable Housing Corporation is a resource for those in need of affordable housing and those seeking to develop affordable housing in Lake County.
For Further Information
Contact the Affordable Housing Corporation http://www.ahclc.org at 847.263.7478 or email@example.com for additional information about available affordable housing programs. They are located at: 1590 S. Milwaukee Avenue, Suite 312, Libertyville, IL 60048.