Speaker: John McCulloch, President, McCulloch Foundation
Today housing dominates the local news: the affordability crisis, the homeless emergency, and the demolition epidemic have left a mark on the lives of the public. Meetings on the topic reveal that the solutions involve overspending and are ineffectual. The interest of large developers seem to lead the community away from frugal and thoughtful solutions, and taxpayers are often hit hard in the name of helping with housing. Politicians are sometimes not aware of what construction costs should be, and are unable to effect change to improve the crisis.
The foundation has precisely the tools to address these problems. All three issues revolve around housing which fits the focus of the founder. John McCulloch is an activist, real estate investor, entrepreneur, businessman, and an architectural designer who knows how to create quality homes for a reasonable cost. The foundation owns McCulloch’s design build which can make housing happen with speed and efficiency unmatchable by government.