Roundtable Discussion of Affordable Housing Preservation in Vermont

Please join us on Tuesday, March 13 for a Roundtable Discussion of Affordable Housing Preservation in Vermont.  It’s taking place at Noble Hall Lounge in Montpelier from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm – welcome and introductions at 9:15.  A map of the campus of the Vermont College of Fine Arts and a parking pass for on-site parking are attached. This discussion is intended for affordable housing funders, developers, managers and advocates.  Our hope is to reflect and build upon your work in recent years and discuss policy priorities to help preserve existing affordable housing. The format for the day will include individual presentations, panel discussions, and open group discussion on key preservation topics including:

  1. Today’s Preservation Landscape in Vermont with  Gus Seelig,  Sarah Carpenter, Jen Hollar and Bob McDonald

  2. An Overview of the National Housing Preservation Effort

  3. Doing Preservation Deals – Housing owners and developers discuss challenges and opportunities in their recent preservation projects

  4. Strategies and Resources for Acquisition of  Federally Subsidized Housing Projects

  5. Preservation Policies, Issues and Concerns for Vermont Housing Providers

Join us beginning at 8:30 am for a continental breakfast.  After the morning presentations and discussions we’ll break for lunch and have some time for networking. We expect to conclude the day at 3:00 pm. There is no fee for the day but please register to help us organize the event. Panelists and speakers don’t need to register. Reply to laurie@vhcb.org by March 1.   Include your name, title, organization, and telephone number. Noble Lounge is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us in advance if you require special accommodations. For more information contact me at 828-3526 or rick@vhcb.org On Behalf of the Vermont Housing and Conservation Board, Rick DeAngelis

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