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OCAI develops collaborative strategies that activate publicly owned assets and build fundamental infrastructure for policy changes around land use and housing to create equitable, inclusive, amenity-rich neighborhoods.
Every person who calls New Orleans home deserves:
Publicly-owned properties, including buildings and vacant lots, that have the potential to provide a purpose to neighborhoods.
The features that make neighborhoods and communities more livable, like quality affordable housing, parks, and community-gathering spaces.
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