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Save the Date: Fair Housing Accessibility Training in Randolph Center, June 2nd

On Tuesday, June 2nd a Fair Housing Accessibility Training will be held at the Red Schoolhouse, Vermont Technical College, 46 South Randolph Road, Randolph Center, VT. This FREE training is presented by the Fair Housing Accessibility FIRST Program, which provides training and technical assistance on the accessibility requirements of the Fair Housing Act with assistance from HUD. The training is sponsored by VHCB and co-sponsored by the Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity, the Vermont Human Rights Commission, Vermont Center for Independent Living, and Vermont Legal Aid. The training will focus on the design and construction aspects of the Fair Housing Act. The presenter will be Jack Catlin, FAIA, a partner at LCM Architects and former chair of the U.S. Access Board. The following modules will be covered: Module 10 – Design and Construction Requirements of the Fair Housing Act: Technical Overview Module 7 – Accessible Routes Module 8 – Accessible Public and Common-Use Areas This information is crucial for developers and architects who need to understand the details of the Fair Housing Act’s design requirements. REGISTER NOW: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/randolph-center-vermont-fair-housing-first-accessibility-training-registration-13684004225 If you have questions, please contact Grace Sonnabend at LCM Architects at GSonnabend@lcmarchitects.com. For more information, click here to view the event flyer (PDF).

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