Tuesday, April 14, 2009 - Darien Town Hall
Presentations | List of Attendees | Evaluation | CM Credits
Thank you for attending the 2009 SWRPA Housing Summit! We were very excited to bring this event to you and hope you learned a great deal about the efforts being made and the issues associated with creating affordable and workforce housing in our small and medium sized Towns. This is an issue that deserves a great of attention.
During this half-day conference keynote speaker Rep. Jim Himes, CT 4th District discussed his extensive background and continuing commitment to addressing the Region's housing issues and answered questions from the audience.
Evonne Klein, 1st Selectwoman, Darien and Gordon Joseloff, 1st Selectman, Westport spoke about issues both shared and unique facing their towns and what they are doing to support the creation of affordable and workforce housing.
This panel also included presentations (by:
- Stuart Adelberg, Greenwich United Way
- Joe Williams, Shipman & Goodwin
- Seila Mosquera, NeighborWorks New Horizons
The panel was moderated by Chris Bruhl of The Business Council of Fairfield County and was followed by a Question, Answer and Comments session. Copies of each presenation are available below.
Click to view/download presentations (.pdf format).
List of Attendees
Click here to view/download (participants are indicated in bold on sheet).
Please take a moment to send us an email and share your thoughts on today's event. Your input is valuable and will be used to design future SWRPA events. Thank you for answering the following three questions:
1. Which discussion topic was most interesting to you?
- Efforts being made by small Towns in Southwestern Connecticut
- Workforce housing
- C.G.S. 8-30g Affordable Housing Appeals legislation
- Developments in small and medium sized CT Towns
2. Rate the overall quality of the event (5: high - 1: low)
3. Which of these housing-related topics most interests you:
- Green construction technologies
- Mortgage assistance
- 1st-time homebuyer programs
- Development Patterns
- Market trends and analysis
- Transit-Oriented Design (TOD)
- Other (explain)
Please send your response to Benjamin Henson at firstname.lastname@example.org
This event has been approved for 3.5 AICP CM credits! If you're an AICP certified Planner, click here to log these credits!