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Cascade: No. 75, Fall 2010

Calendar of Events

Governor’s Conference in Housing and Community Development
September 28–29, 2010, Atlantic City
The conference explores innovations in planning, development, and preservation as well as neighborhood revitalization, property management, green building, housing for special populations, financial resources, and other subjects. For information, go to http://www.state.nj.us/dca/hmfa/home/conference/index.htm External Link.

Third Annual Lehigh Valley Housing Summit
September 30, 2010, Allentown, PA
For details, go to http://caclv.com/. External Link

Financial Education and Asset-Building Opportunities
October 1, 2010, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
The meeting focuses on best practices for financial education and asset-building strategies, including strategies that have been used at volunteer income tax assistance (VITA) sites.
To register, go to http://www.philadelphiafed.org/community-development/events/.

Reclaiming Vacant Properties
October 13–15, 2010, Cleveland
The National Vacant Properties Campaign and Neighborhood Progress, Inc. are sponsoring this conference to teach policies, tools, and strategies to reclaim vacant and abandoned properties.
For information, contact Jennifer Leonard at 877-542-4842, ext. 152 or jleonard@communityprogress.net. E-Mail Address

Sixth Annual Homes Within Reach Conference
November 8–10, 2010, Harrisburg, PA
The Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania’s conference covers best practices in housing, homelessness, and community development, and focuses on funding, policy and advocacy, planning and design, consumer education, sustainability, and programs for special and underserved populations.
For information, go to www.housingalliancepa.org. External Link

2010 Governor’s Conference on Housing
November 18, 2010, Dover, DE
For information, visit the Delaware State Housing Authority’s website at http://www.destatehousing.com/. External Link

The Changing Landscape of Community Development: Linking Research with Policy and Practice in Low-Income Communities
April 28–29, 2011, Arlington, VA
The Community Affairs officers of the Federal Reserve System are hosting the seventh Federal Reserve Community Affairs Research Conference. The goal of the conference is to highlight new research that informs community development policy and practice.
For information, go to http://www.frbsf.org/community/2011ResearchConference/. External Link

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Community Development Studies & Education Department
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Philadelphia, PA 19106-1574

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