Washington's Housing Crisis: Problems, Solutions, and the Role of the Law

The Seminar Group

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Wednesday, October 25, 2017, 9 a.m.
Wednesday, October 25, 2017, 5 p.m. PDT

Seattle, WA, United States

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Overview

 

With sky-rocketing housing prices, the middle class is being squeezed out of affordable housing and into increasingly longer commutes, while the homeless population steadily increases.  Is there a fix? This seminar looks at that question, with an assessment of the root causes of our housing woes, and an examination of the range of solutions available.  

 

Our co-chairs from the legal and non-profit sectors have designed a day of in depth discussion with the experts who work on this issue daily.  We selected leaders from the development, finance, non-profit, legal, and planning sectors to learn from.  While housing is an increasingly intractable issue, there are a range of tools available to address this challenge. 

Join us for a deep dive into the problem and its resolution.

 

Resource URL

http://www.theseminargroup.net

Speakers

Richard Sepler, AICP

Richard Sepler is currently the Director of the Planning and Community Development Department of the City of Bellingham, Washington. Prior to serving in his current position, he was the Community Services Director for Port Townsend, Washington for 8 years. Before working for Bellingham and Port Townsend, Mr. Sepler was the ... Read More

Susan Drummond

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Contact Info

Heide Stevenson, elizabeth@theseminargroup.net