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1724 10th Street Suite 110, Sacramento CA 95811
1724 10th Street Suite 110, Sacramento CA 95811

CCAH Conference ~ June 20-21, 2022

The Kimpton Sawyer Hotel


Back To The New Normal



4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Board Meeting
(To be held in the Sycamore Ballroom)

5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Non-hosted cocktail party with Hors d’ oeuvres with
Treasurer Fiona Ma
(To be held in the Maple Suite)


8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Registration & Continental Breakfast – Welcome & Introductions
(To be held in the Magnolia Ballroom)

9:15 a.m. David Gasson, Principal, MG Housing Strategies, LLC Update on Build Back Better, Affordable Housing Improvement Act and Sen. Wyden’s proposed middle income tax credit program. What to expect of Congress for the balance of 2022??

9:45 a.m. Gabrielle Stevenson, Section Chief, Development, CTCACUpdate on CTCAC and CDLAC awards of 9% and 4% Bonds and anticipated revisions to regulations in 2022.

11:00 a.m. Jason Elliot, Senior Counselor to Governor Newsom. Goals, objectives and budget initiatives of Governor Newsome relative to affordable housing for FY 2023-24 and going forward notwithstanding all the impediments to meet the housing needs of all Californians

12:00 p.m. Luncheon with Treasurer Fiona Ma, Keynote

1:30 p.m. Developer Panel on possible revisions to CTCAC and CDLAC regulations to increase production of affordable housing. Are the CDLAC bond allocation pools equitable and the most efficient means for meeting California’s housing goals? Can we devote 50% of the units to homeless and VLI tenants without Sec. 8 PBVs as tentatively proposed by CDLAC?? And, what about factory built modular units??? Is this the future of affordable housing??

MODERATOR: Patrick Sabelhaus, Executive Director, CCAH


                                                   David Rutledge, President, CRDC

                                                   Mo Mohanna, Highridge Costa Companies    

                                                   John Bigley, CEO, Urban Housing Communities

                                                   Darren Bobrowsky, V.P. Dir. of Finance,  USA Properties

                                                   Kyle Paine, President, Comm. Dev. Partners

                                                   Caleb Roope, CEO, Pacific Companies          


2:30 p.m. State Legislative update, anticipated Ballot Measures for November
2022 and recap of FY 2022-2023 state budget items for affordable housing.

                                                   Tami Miller and Melissa Hyzdu– Political Solutions.
                                                   Lisa Engel, Chief Consultant, Assembly Housing Committee.

3:15 p.m. Lender Panel – Are our tax credit and bond programs about to implode given spiking interest rates, labor shortages and shortfall of building materials??? How can lenders assist to overcome these problems and keep projects on track??? What should CTCAC/CDLAC do to alleviate this potential disaster?? Agnus dei, qui tollis pecatta mundi, dona nobis pachem.

               MODERATOR: Steve Strain, Sabelhaus and Strain, LLP

                                                  Sheena Kho, Credit Officer , CalHFA Multifamily Housing

                                                  Rob Hall, Ex. Dir., Bonneville Multifamily Capital

                                                  Cecile Chalifour, Managing Director, Community Lending, Chase Bank

                                                  Mike Hemmens, Managing Dir., Citi Community Capital

                                                  Guy Spieler, V.P., Churchill Stateside Securities

                                                  Matthew Haas, SVP, Community Development Lending, KeyBank

4:15 p.m. Equity Panel on tax credit pricing for 4% and 9% projects. What
should we anticipate in the coming months and 2023? What about Income Averaging and IRS complicated rules? And, are mixed income deals with some rents at 81% to 120% AMI really off the table? What about Sen. Wyden’s middle income tax credit program? What steps will you (investors/lenders) take to assure adequate funds at reasonable prices are generated to absorb the increase in federal and state credit?? Do we need a federal credit exchange program similar to the Treasury program in 2009?? What about issues with certificated state credit

 problems and concerns??

                                                  MODERATOR: Patrick Sabelhaus, Sabelhaus and Strain, LLP

                                                  Jessica Captanis, VP, Originations, WNC
                                                  Jennifer Erixon, VP, Alliant Capital
                                                  Cory Bannister, VP, R4 Capital
                                                  Roy Faerber, Senior VP, Boston Financial Investment Management, LP
                                                  Richard Shea, Senior Vice President, Acquisitions, CREA, LLC
                                                  Michael Gaber, Senior Vice President, Originations, PNC Bank.


5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Cocktail Party
(To be held in Magnolia Terrace)



~~Special Guests~~

Lisa Engel, Assembly Housing Committee

Tony Sertich, Deputy Controller

Fiona Ma, California State Treasurer

*Invited not confirmed.
















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