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Housing/wages report press coverage

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":

Housing/wages event held in Montpelier

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

Housing/wages report released

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 ...

"Housing Now" meetings bring providers together

The Vermont Agency of Human Services and other Vermont housing organizations are sponsoring a series of "Housing Now" community meetings across the state.

The series is part of an initiative to build better connections among housing and service agencies in the state.

RFP: Financial advisory services

VHFA is looking for a firm (or combination of firms) to perform one or a combination of financial advisory services. We've published a request for proposal (RFP) document at vhfa.org to help us in our search.

The contract will likely begin in July. Deadline for replies is April 15.

Learn more about the RFP online, and don't hesitate to contact us at finrfp@vhfa.org with your questions. We'll be posting your questions, and our answers, on the RFP page.

Scott Baker marks 20 years at VHFA

scott baker & tom connorsVHFA Investment Manager Scott Baker celebrates his 20th anniversary with the Agency this month.

Scott joined VHFA's Finance Department on March 28, 1988, as Investment Officer. He was promoted from Senior Financial Analyst to his current position last August.

Housing Matters blog debuts

Housing Matters has transitioned from a bi-monthly electronic newsletter to a blog.

After publishing nearly 40 issues of our newsletter over the past six years, we've retooled Housing Matters to make it more dynamic and timely.

From now on, we'll publish stories in blog format — posting individual stories online as soon as they're written.

The new format will allow us to publish housing news and matters of interest more quickly than our old bi-monthly format.

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