On Wednesday, September 28 AHMA hosted a Member’s Forum: MBTA Communities: Next Steps for Advocates towards implementation!
Over 50 members from across 13 cities and towns attended and left inspired and prepared for action with advocacy strategies, new community connections and more!
Weren’t able to attend via zoom? No worries! Keep scrolling for the advocacy tools, presentations resources shared as well as the full recording via YouTube.
If you are a member of an MBTA Community, here are your next steps…
- Review AHMA’s Next Steps for Advocates Presentation– Presented by Kassie Infante.
- Use this template to send a letter requesting a meeting with your municipal leaders and more information and collaboration on compliance progress.
- Let AHMA know the action you’ve taken by submitting this form.
Submitting this form helps us better understand how we can support you and your fellow members. If you’ve already taken action, we’d still love to hear from you!
Other Resources Shared During our Event:
- Download Chris Kluchman’s presentation: Multi-family Zoning Requirement for MBTA Communities
- DHCD Technical Assistance Website
- MHP Technical Assistance Website
- Fact Sheet for Municipality on Multi-Family Requirements for MBTA Communities- Provided by CHAPA
Advocacy Tools from prior AHMA events:
- AHMA’s framework for local advocacy is a collection of common organizing strategizing and power mapping tools while including resources to help you take action. This framework includes further links. Including…
- AHMA’s FAQ/Frequent rebuttals to the MBTA guidelines. This document is a work-in-progress and more content, including questions asked at the event, will be added.