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Stronger Together Conference To Take Place Virtually

The 2020 Affordable Housing and Community Development Conference will take place virtually in October and November in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity of NYS.  The conference will begin on October 5th, and conclude in mid-November.  A highlight of the event will be a keynote presentation on October 9th on Leadership in Challenging Times. The keynote presenter is Tyrone Muse, the CEO of Visions Credit Union. The keynote will take place on October 9th at noon.

Workshop topics will cover affordable rental housing development, rural homelessness, board governance, construction management, fair housing, housing counseling, and much more.  You can access the link to the full schedule and registration site by clicking on the Conference button above, and following the hyperlink in the first notice.

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