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Champlain Housing Trust block party photos

Some photos here from Champlain Housing Trust's block party last Friday, celebrating their new digs at 88 King Street, Burlington.

Thanks to Jon Shenton, Marketing and Communications Coordinator over at CHT.

Deep energy retrofits workshop

The Vermont Green Building Network (VGBN) and the Vermont Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIAVT) is presenting "Deep Energy Retrofits," a workshop for builders, architects and others, June 19 in Montpelier.

As a follow up to the "Toward Net-Zero Energy Homes" series, this workshop will focus on the deep energy retrofits of homes and other building types.

Vermont Resident Service Coordinators bids farewell to administrator

Cathleen Gent will wrap up her tenure as administrator for Vermont Resident Service Coordinators (VRSC) at the end of this month.

Cathleen, a former Public Affairs Director at VHFA, has been involved with VRSC since the late 1990s — before the organization was officially recognized as a non-profit organization — and is a familiar face to just about anyone who's worked in housing in Vermont in the last decade or two.

Champlain Housing Trust hosts block party

Champlain Housing Trust (CHT) is throwing an old fashioned neighborhood block party Friday, June 12 from 4 to 6 p.m.

It's in celebration of NeighborWorks Week and as a "thank you" to their neighbors along King Street, between Saint Paul and Pine streets, who were so patient during construction of CHT's new headquarters at 88 King Street.

USDA/RD raises income limits

Our friends at the U.S. Department of Agriculture/Rural Development (USDA/RD) have made changes to their Section 502 Guaranteed Loan Program so more Vermonters may be eligible.

USDA/RD has increased its income limits for the program, which help determine who might be eligible for a home loan. At the same time, they've moved to a two-tiered system — for families of one to four people and five to eight people — to simplify the process.

Vt. Green Home Alliance launches

A group of statewide housing organizations, including VHFA, have formed the Vermont Green Home Alliance.

The alliance, announced at a press conference at the Champlain Valley Expo this afternoon, promotes and encourages "green" building practices in Vermont.

“VHFA's been a strong supporter of energy efficiency and green building design techniques for many years," said VHFA Chief of Program Operations David Adams.

Report: Vermont one of least affordable states for renters

Vermonters who rent their homes live in the 15th most expensive state in the nation for renters, according to a new report.

"Out of Reach 2008-2009" was released today by the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC), a Washington, D.C.-based housing advocacy group, and the Vermont Affordable Housing Coalition.

NeighborWorks of Western Vermont in Rutland Herald

The Rutland Herald published a story in this morning's edition about foreclosure assistance available from NeighborWorks of Western Vermont in Rutland.

Launderville named VCIL Executive Director

sarah wendell launderville and deborah lisi-bakerOur friends at the Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) in Montpelier have named Sarah Wendell Launderville (right) Executive Director of the organization.

Sarah started at the center in 1997, and is currently Home and Community Access Program Manager.

Smart Growth Vermont seeks help with grant

Our friends at Smart Growth Vermont are seeking a $200,000 grant from Green Mountain Coffee Roasters for a project focused on transportation and climate change.

Part of the application process involves submitting a summary of the grant idea to JustMeans.com to see how many votes it garners and positive comments it receives relative to other proposals.


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