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Meeting Fair & Affordable Housing Needs
Advanced training on planning, financing, zoning, and public conversation on fair and affordable housing.
Newly designed sessions include presentations from regional planners, developers, attorneys and public engagement specialists. Skilled facilitators will conduct breakout exercises and guide group discussions. Participants will tour new sites and meet developers and community reps. Curriculum includes inclusionary zoning in practice, financing affordable housing, and the impact of new developments in fair housing law & policies. Don’t miss the special session on building inclusive and sustainable communities.
Participants must Register by September 14, 2015 for this free 3 day program. For more information...
CLE credits for attorneys (TBD) and Training Certificates for local board members will be available.
When: October 2, October 23 and November 13, 2015 (3 day program) --- 9:00am -4:30pm
Where: NYS Judicial Institute at Pace Law School, White Plains, NY
This Is Going to Be A Great Year!
Land Use and Sustainable Development Conference
For the past 20 years, the Land Use Law Center has sought to elevate the law, policy, and practice of land use and sustainable development in the Hudson Valley region and beyond. The Center’s 2014 conference brought together more than 350 attorneys, business professionals, planners, and local leaders to learn about national, regional, and local innovations, challenges, and best practices. Commissioner Mitchell Silver and Kaid Benfield provided fantastic keynotes to the day’s event.
Because zoning turns 100 years old in 2016, we plan to celebrate its impending centennial at our annual conference in December! Since zoning and land use regulation affect so many interests, our focus on zoning’s centennial provides us with a broad framework for the conference program. Conference planning this year will concentrate on zoning's past, present, and promise for the future. For example, conference panels may tackle current zoning challenges, such as zoning for solar, district energy, water conservation, resilience, transit orientation, etc. If you have any suggestions or thoughts regarding this topic, feel free to contact Tiffany Zezula at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking forward to a great conference in December.
For more information visit our Conference Page.
When: December 11, 2015
Where: The New York State Judicial Institute at Pace Law School
Become a 2015 Conference Sponsor -- sponsorship opportunities.