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VHFA News

Posted by: VHFA on March 31, 2008 - 10:13am

Last week's release of "Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Housing and Wages in Vermont" continues to generate housing-related stories in the Vermont media. Here are some of the recent stories that have appeared around the state:

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Posted by: VHFA on March 27, 2008 - 8:43am

2008 conference logoThis past Monday, the conference planning committee finalized workshop topics for the 2008 Vermont Statewide Housing Conference:

  • Successful models of supportive housing
  • Video and discussion on poverty in Vermont
  • Fundraising for providers
  • Planning for housing variety and diversity
  • Green preservation
  • Cottage development
  • Planning and zoning basics
  • Density
  • Ten most important land-use policies
  • Housing 101 (Pts I & II)
  • State housing policy
  • Federal housing policy
  • Costs of housing development
  • Market analysis
  • Building local support for housing
  • Responsible borrowing and lending
  • Consumers' concerns

The day-long conference takes place Tuesday, Nov. 18 at the Sheraton Burlington Hotel & Conference Center.

We plan to update the conference Web site soon, opening the doors for online registration.

Posted by: VHFA on March 26, 2008 - 8:57am

sen. vince illuzziHere're links to a number of news stories regarding yesterday's release of "Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Housing and Wages in Vermont":

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Posted by: VHFA on March 25, 2008 - 3:11pm

This morning we announced the publication of "Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Housing and Wages in Vermont" at an 11:30 press conference held at the Statehouse in Montpelier.

Here are some photos we shot at the event.

We'll be posting a full press release regarding the publication soon.

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molly dugan, erhard mahnke & sarah carpenter

molly & vince

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Posted by: VHFA on March 25, 2008 - 8:53am

We've just published the 2008 update of "Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Housing and Wages in Vermont," and will be holding a press event at the Statehouse in Montpelier in 90 minutes.

You can read the report online.

More details soon ...

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