In Short Supply is a podcast series examining how the housing crisis, which is affecting the country as a whole and is getting worse with the growth in inflation, impacts the communities of southeastern Connecticut. It is part of The Day's yearlong investigative initiative called the Housing Solutions Lab. We'll explore the issue from the perspective of the individuals and families who have been most disproportionately affected and with a focus on solutions - what legislation, programs, community responses, and funding are needed or have had the most impact. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Connecticut evictions in 2022 surpassed pre-pandemic numbers. There were more than 22,000 evictions statewide last year, according to data collected by The Connecticut Fair Housing Center. That yearly number exceeds evictions reported in at least the... more
In this episode of In Short Supply, we delve into the legacy of urban renewal and the complicated history of the Thames River Apartments in New London Connecticut. And we hear from an affordable housing developer about the challenges that these much-... more
In this first episode of the In Short Supply podcast, we'll hear from The Day staff writer Elizabeth Reagan as she talks about how our region is faring when it comes to the housing crisis and why there seems to be a short supply of affordable homes, ... more
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In Short Supply launched 7 months ago and published 3 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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