The Vermont State Housing Conference will be held at the Hilton Burlington and will begin on Monday, November 14 at 12:30pm and feature two thought-provoking sessions on the outcomes of both creative housing partnerships and creating funding. Since making new connections and renewing existing ones are critical to putting ideas into practice, there will also be networking breaks and a late afternoon reception overlooking beautiful Lake Champlain. Tuesday, November 15, will provide a full day of learning and collaborating, starting with a legislative breakfast reception and and the announcement of the Legislative Housing Hero. Representatives from USDA Rural Development, the National Housing Conference, and Diane Yentel, president of the National Low Income Housing Coalition will offer a workshop on Federal policy that outlines what the November elections will mean for housing, homelessness, and community development. Later, there will be a workshop offered on the National Housing Trust Fund and what the first new federal program for affordable housing in over 25 years will mean for Vermont’s efforts to preserve housing and create new affordable units across the state. During lunch, this year’s Innovation and Impact Housing Hero will be announced. In the afternoon, we will head into workshops on the latest pressing issues for housing policy, finance, development and planning. You can not afford to miss this productive, innovative conference, so why not register today?
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