'On the Table' Asks Bay Area Residents to Serve Up Housing Solutions

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at 9:00 AM
A worker stands on the roof of a home under construction at a new housing development on November 17, 2016 in San Rafael, California. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

With apartments averaging $3000 a month and median home prices now topping $1 million in San Jose, the cost of housing looms large in Silicon Valley and is the impetus behind On the Table, an event aimed at generating new approaches to the region’s housing crunch. Organized by the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, On the Table will convene hundreds of conversations at dinner tables across the Bay Area, seeking answers to the question, “How would you fix the Bay Area’s housing crisis?”.

Guests:
Mauricio Palma,
director of initiatives and special projects, Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Pilar Lorenzana, deputy director, Silicon Valley at Home

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