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Last call: Conference registration

Today is your last day to register online for the Nov. 18 Vermont Statewide Housing Conference.

At 4 p.m. today, we'll close online registrations.

We'll still be accepting walk-in registrations the day of the event. The walk-in fee will be $50, payable in cash or check made out to VHFA. Please plan ahead: We cannot accept credit card payments at the door.

Conference speaker spotlight: Tom Candon

This is the latest of several quick bios we'll blog of speakers scheduled to appear at the Vermont Statewide Housing Conference, Nov. 18 in South Burlington.

Read about other speakers scheduled to present at the event and register to attend at the conference Web site.

Conference registrations hit 400

Pre-registrations for our Nov. 18 Vermont Statewide Housing Conference have hit 400!

You still have time to register online. But ... at 4 p.m. Nov. 12, we'll be closing online registrations to give us time to process the attendees database in time for the event.

The good news: We'll be accepting walk-in registrations the day of the event.

Conference speaker spotlight: Doug Hoffer

This is the latest of several quick bios we'll blog of speakers scheduled to appear at the Vermont Statewide Housing Conference, Nov. 18 in South Burlington.

Read about other speakers scheduled to present at the event and register to attend at the conference Web site.

NEHN conference to feature Vermont speakers

The annual conference of the New England Housing Network (NEHN) will feature a number of speakers from Vermont.

The day-long event, coming to Needham, Mass., on Dec. 5, will include:

Conference speaker spotlight: Karen Horn

This is the latest of several quick bios we'll blog of speakers scheduled to appear at the Vermont Statewide Housing Conference, Nov. 18 in South Burlington.

Read about other speakers scheduled to present at the event and register to attend at the conference Web site.

Help Vermont receive $20 million grant

Vermont has the opportunity to receive a $19.6 million grant to fund activities related to the purchase, rehabilitation, or redevelopment of abandoned or foreclosed upon homes through the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development's (HUD) Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP).

To access the funding, the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) has to submit to HUD an application and amendment to Vermont's Consolidated Plan by Dec. 1.

Conference speaker spotlight: Andrew Cay

This is the latest of several quick bios we'll blog of speakers scheduled to appear at the Vermont Statewide Housing Conference, Nov. 18 in South Burlington.

Read about other speakers scheduled to present at the event and register to attend at the conference Web site.

Conference workshops filling up

Pre-registrations for the Nov. 18 Vermont Statewide Housing Conference are past 350 now, and workshops are beginning to fill up.

State Housing Policy reached capacity this morning. It's the second workshop to fill up after The Economy and Housing, which maxed out a few weeks ago.

There's still room in plenty of compelling sessions, but register now to be sure to get your pick.

Help us help the hungry

Bring a non-perishable food good to the Nov. 18 Vermont Statewide Housing Conference, and drop it off at the registration desk.

All donations will benefit the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf, the largest food shelf in Vermont, serving more than 10,000 people a year.

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