Topeka JUMP continues pressing city on low-income housing ordinance

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Topeka JUMP raised its voice Monday night to advocate for people struggling to find low-income housing.

Before its celebration to thank members for their work, the organization emphasized the importance of city support for a low income housing ordinance.

JUMP says Mayor Michelle De La Isla and councilwoman Karen Hiller promised to have an ordinance on the agenda by June -- and that deadline is approaching.

Mayor De la Isla told 13 NEWS work on a proposed ordinance continues - she was not sure when it would be the agenda.