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Community Focus Report says shortage of safe, affordable housing remains a 'Red Flag' in Springfield, Greene County

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Today’s Making A Difference presents an overview of the 2021 Community Focus Report for Springfield and Greene County, with CFR Facilitator, Jonathan Groves, and Steering Committee Chair, Morey Mechlin. The CFR will be released to the public with a Facebook Live event, October 21; Today's program also features a discussion on Housing, with Amanda Stadler, Community Partnership of the Ozarks Homeless Services Policy and Program Coordinator, and Habitat For Humanity Homeowner, Carmen Lawrence.

With support from the Community Foundation of the Ozarks, this is Making a Difference, on KSMU.org.

With us today to talk about the 2021 Community Focus Report for Springfield and Greene County, is the report’s Facilitator, Dr. Jonathan Groves, and CFR Steering Committee Chair, Morey Mechlin.

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Jonathan Groves and Morey Mechlin

As Making a Difference continues, we have a conversation about Housing, with Amanda Stadler, of the Community Partnership of the Ozarks, and Carmen Lawrence, who in 2018 with her husband and two cats, moved into their Habitat For Humanity Home in Greene County, just north of the Springfield City limits.

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Amanda Stadler, Community Partnership of the Ozarks
Carmen Lawrence
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Carmen Lawrence, Habitat For Humanity Home Owner

Production support for the 2021 Community Focus Report for Springfield/Greene County comes from:
The Junior League of Springfield
The Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce
The Springfield Greene County Library District
The United Way of the Ozarks
The Community Foundation of the Ozarks

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