There's no shortage of actions to take this week: Redistricting, stormwater, and beer and tacos!
CUFA had a busy week last week, and there are more exciting events to come. Tell the Hamilton County Commissioners we can't wait for fair sewer rates. And then, join us at an upcoming event!
CUFA has a few important events coming up that we want to be sure you don't miss. Check them out in this week's Activist Toolkit!
CUFA is working to make our sewer bills affordable for everyone, and this week, we need your help to push your Ohio Legislature members to pass our bills to expand sewer customer assistance programs.
Save the dates for our upcoming program on redistricting & Brink For A Cause. This is the last month to win our Membership Challenge! Plus, find out more about proposed Ohio legislation to restrict absentee voting & the latest changes to the eviction moratorium.
Election Day is next Tuesday, May 4. CUFA is supporting Issue 3. We hope you will support affordable housing. Save the date for the May 6 Sewer Backup (SBU) Response Program 101, and take action to support requiring the City do meaningful public engagement.
This week, learn more about the Issue 3 Affordable Housing Charter Amendment on the primary ballot May 4. Save the date for upcoming CUFA events, and get an appointment for vaccination if you are still looking for one.
With the Mayoral primary fast-approaching on May 4, check out upcoming candidate forums. The Pandemic has caused many people to fall behind on their housing & utility bills. Do you have a story about unaffordable housing or high gas and electric bills that you would be willing to share?
Optional vs. Required: We know the best way to get someone to do something is to require it. That's why we're supporting the Affordable Housing Trust Fund Charter Amendment. And it's why we are pushing City Council to introduce an ordinance that requires public engagement on major infrastructure and private development projects. It’s our money; we need a voice. This week, take action to support public accountability for our communities.
If you or someone you know are having trouble navigating available assistance programs, CUFA is doing a virtual Town Hall this Thursday with several speakers who will talk about what's available and how to apply. Help us spread the word about the Town Hall this week!