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    Fair Housing

    Boards & Committees

    The City Commission has established three committees to provide ongoing citizen input in the review of housing and public services policy.

    Should you have a need to contact one or more members of a committee listed below, please direct your inquiry c/o the City of Lakeland Neighborhood Services Division, 1104 Martin L. King, Jr. Avenue, Lakeland, Florida  33805 or by email here.

    Interested in serving on a Board or Committee?  Please note that members must reside within Lakeland's city limits. 

    Affordable Housing Advisory Committee

    The Affordable Housing Advisory Committee (AHAC) is responsible for reviewing policies and procedures, development regulations, the City's Local Housing Assistance Plan, and 5-Year Consolidated Plan and Strategy.

    Meets: Quarterly - 4th Thursday of the month
    at 4:00 p.m. (March, June, September, December)

    City Commission Conference Room

    The current members of the Affordable Housing Advisory Committee are...

    • Joe Rodman, Chair
    • Myra Bryant
    • Michael Cliggitt
    • Wayne Jenkins
    • Titania Lamb
    • Bill Little
    • Sally Myers
    • Judith Nieves
    • Gary Smith
    • Diretta Wilcox

    Affordable Housing Review Committee

    The Affordable Housing Review Committee is responsible for considering applications for affordable housing development incentives.

    Meets: As Needed

    The current members of the Affordable Housing Review Committee are...

    • Dan Gargas
    • Annie Gibson
    • Rick Lilyquist
    • Gary Ross
    • Gary Smith
    • Jim Stanfield
    • Jim Studiale
    • Diretta Wilcox

    Citizens Advisory Committee

    The Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) provides citizen participation in the development and implementation of community improvement programs, including recommendations for annual CDBG and General Fund grants to non-profit public service agencies.

    Meets: Quarterly - 1st Monday of the month
    at 6:00 p.m. (February, May, August, November)

    City Commission Conference Room