Upcoming Speakers Fall 2020
FINANCING AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
October 21st 3:00-5:00 pm.
A lively panel discussion with subject matter experts:
-Chris Furlong, Housing Development Specialist, DOLA-DOH
-Kathryn Grosscup, CHFA Senior Tax Credit Officer
Learn about development finance and the capital stack and why gaps in the stack exist. Discover what tools exist at the state and local levels to fill those gaps and what local governments can do to assist.
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Description: Please join statewide leaders as they discuss how affordable housing projects are financed, why it is difficult to keep rents low, and how local governments can help.
INFRASTRUCTURE COSTS FOR INSTALLATION & LONG TERM MAINTENANCE
November 4th 3:00-5:00 pm or November 5th 5:30-7:30 pm.
Kevin Shepard, Verdunity
Verdunity offers coaching and consulting that help city leaders align vision, policy, and investments with what residents are willing and able to pay for so that you can close your city’s resource gap and make your community relevant, unique, and long-lasting.
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Although these speakers' presentations are geared towards city leaders and planners, please feel free to extend this invitation to other interested parties. For more information please contact email@example.com.
Past Speakers - watch past presentations.
CONSERVATION SUBDIVISION PLANNING
Randall Arendt, Greener Prospects
Randall Arendt works through his conservation subdivision design process for two Chaffee County areas - the Meadows near Buena Vista and a portion of the Vandeveer property near Salida.
Eric Bruno & Erick Mueller
MISSING MIDDLE GROUND
Drew Finke, Opticos Designs
Drew Finke showcased a national trend that prioritizes diverse, affordable housing in sustainable, walkable places – and how and where it could work for Chaffee.
PERMANENT AFFORDABILITY STRATEGIES
A Panel Discussion
A panel discussion on how to make low-income housing permanently affordable, including deed restrictions, land trusts, public ownership, and more.
Why a Speaker Series focused on Housing?
Community interest in affordable housing is at an all-time high as Chaffee County employees and families continue to struggle to find an afford place to live. County professionals are challenged to manage rapid growth, address policy changes necessary to intervene in the rising cost of housing, and stop the displacement of low and moderate-income residents. The Housing + Health Speaker Series was designed to increase Chaffee County’s collective understanding of land use and growth management strategies and how these strategies, when created with the community health in mind, can become a positive influence on the environmental, social and economic health of our community.
The Housing + Health Initiative was funded by Colorado’s Department of Public Health and Environment’s Office of Health Equity and is part of the Health Disparities Program. Chaffee County Office of Public Health and Environment and the Chaffee County Office of Housing focused on using this funding to address housing displacement and gentrification, increasing housing affordability and stability over time that will improve long-term health outcomes of Chaffee County residents.
Featured speakers on KHEN’s Chaffee Housing Report: http://www.khen.org/affordable-housing-report