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Pre-register by August 1 for meeting to re-envision the General Assistance Housing Program

From the VT Department for Children and Families:

Your feedback needed for Vermont’s Plan to End Homelessness

Want to help end one of our state’s most serious housing problems?

Housing emerges as central theme for planBTV

Community feedback about the future of Burlington made it clear that expanding downtown housing choices is a top priority for residents, employers, and the others who work or play in the city, according planBTV, the city's new draft long-range plan.

Public hearings on Vermont disaster recovery funds started yesterday in Brattleboro

Representatives from the Vermont Department of Economic, Housing, and Community Development answered questions from Windham county residents and business owners last night at the Latchis Theater in Brattleboro.   This meeting mar

Workshop on municipal affordable housing regulations on Thursday, June 7

The Vermont Interfaith Action is sponsoring a workshop this Thurday. Learn how to find out what your town’s regulations are governing the building of affordable housing.  Discover which regulations help to increase affordable housing, and which ones hinder it.

5:15 pm to 7:30 pm
College Street Congregational Church, Perkins Room
264 College St, Burlington

Presenters:  Brian Shupe and Kate McCarthy, Vermont Natural Resources Council

How has the American Community Survey helped you?

The Census Project is compiling examples of what American Community Survey (ACS) data mean to you and your organization.   Last month, the U.S.

Housing events calendar for week of May 21, 2012

Organizing your schedule for next week?  Check out the list below and the Events Calendar page on VHFA's website.  

Housing policy key to equalizing access to high quality education

Lower income and non-white students lack equal access to top performing schools  largely because of housing availability and cost, according to a recent report from the Brookings Institution.  Based on research pertaining to 84,077 schools

U.S. House of Representatives votes to eliminate the American Community Survey

The U.S.

HUD unveils new consolidated planning tools

The consolidated planning process required of states and communities that receive HUD funds just got easier.  On Monday, HUD release its eCon Planning Suite, a streamlined set of electronic data and technology tools to help communities conduct the analyses needed

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