It’s no secret; we have a severe housing crisis in our state. We don’t have enough housing for young professionals starting their post graduate career or for aging seniors needing to downsize but not necessarily in need of assisted living. We also are dealing with essential workers living far from the municipalities they serve because it’s so unaffordable to live here, especially in Fairfield County. So what can be done about it? We met Renee Dobos, CEO of Connecticut Housing Partners, about their non-profit, its mission and how to better tackle the issue at hand.