RECLAIMINGVACANTPROPERTIES.ORG CLEVELAND CONVENTION OCT 13-1- INTERSECTION OF SUSTAINABILITY, REVITALIZATION, AND POLICY REFORM

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RECLAIMING VACANT PROPERTIES: THE INTERSECTION OF SUSTAINABILITY, REVITALIZATION, AND POLICY REFORM...

 

OCTOBER 13-15 2010

 

http://reclaimingvacantproperties.org/session-descriptions/

Registration


Click here to register now! Don’t delay—online Registration will close September 29.

Before leaving the site to register, visit the *** Program page *** to download the session descriptions.


Registration Pricing

Public Sector/Nonprofit – early (deadline: August 31) $250
Public Sector/Nonprofit – regular $350
Public Sector/Nonprofit – group (Offered per person for three or more registrants from the same organization. All group registrations must be received by the early deadline.) $200
Private Sector – early (deadline: August 31) $350
Private Sector – regular $450
Speaker $100
Student (must show ID) $100


Mobile Workshops
All workshops will take place on Wednesday, October 13. Mobile workshops are an additional $25. Boxed lunches will be available.

Training Workshops
All trainings take place on Wednesday, October 13 (after the mobiles.) Trainings are free but seating may be limited.

Cancellations & Substitutions
Requests for cancellations and substitutions must be made in writing. 100% refund (minus a $50 processing fee) will be issued if request received by September 13. 50% refund (minus a $50 processing fee) will be issued if request received between September 14 and September 30. We regret that cancellations received after September 30 cannot be refunded due to confirmation of meals and hotel costs. Refunds cannot be provided for mobile workshop no-shows.

Please contact  Jennifer Leonard with any questions about the 2010 Conference, including sponsorship opportunities. Email jleonard [AT] communityprogress.net or call (877) 542-4842 x152.

 

Partners

Reclaiming Vacant Properties will be made possible with the help of the planners, partners, and host committee members.

HOST COMMITTEE

 

Marie Barni
OSU Extension

 

Lavea Brachman
Greater Ohio

Ruth Clevenger
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Kate Monter Durban
The Cleveland Housing Network

 

Tracey Nichols
City of Cleveland,
Dept. of Economic Development

Ronald J. H. O’Leary
City of Cleveland,
Dept. of Building and Housing

Kathleen Crowther
Cleveland Restoration Society

 

Frank Ford
Neighborhood Progress, Inc.

Gus Frangos
Cuyahoga County Land Reutlization Corporation

Gregory Peckham
CLEVELAND PUBLIC ART

 

Judge Raymond Pianka
Cleveland Housing Court

India Pierce Lee
The Cleveland Foundation

Brook Furio
USEPA

 

Colleen Gilson
Cleveland Neighborhood
Development Coalition

Paul Herdeg
Cuyahoga County,
Department of Development

Joel Ratner
The Raymond John Wean Foundation

 

Bobbi Reichtell
Neighborhood Progress, Inc.

Jim Rokakis
Cuyahoga County Treasurer
Robert Jaquay
Gund Foundation

 

Phil Kidd
Mahoning Valley Organizing Collaborative

Marie Kittredge
Slavic Village Development

Michael Schramm
Case Western Reserve University

 

Terry Schwarz
Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative

Lisa Tarter
Fannie Mae

Jennifer Kuzma
First Suburbs Consortium

 

Kamla Lewis
City of Shaker Heights

Kermit J. Lind
Cleveland State University,
Cleveland-Marshall Law

Tim Tramble
Burten, Bell, Carr
Development Corporation

 

Mark Wiseman
Ohio Attorney General

Ann Zoller
ParkWorks

Mark McDermott
Enterprise Community Partners
 

PARTNERS

American Planning Association
NAI Daus
American Planning Association Ohio
NAIOP Northern Ohio Chapter
Cleveland Neighborhood Development Coalition
NALGEP
CEOs for Cities
National Community Stabilization Trust
Fannie Mae
National Housing Institute
The Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities
National Housing Trust
Greater Cleveland Community Improvement Corporation
Neighborhood Connections
GreenCityBlueLake Institute
Northeast-Midwest Institute
Groundwork USA
Ohio CDC Association
International City/County Management Association Ohio Mortgage Bankers Association
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights
Under Law
PolicyLink
Levin College of Urban Affairs Silverlode Consulting
Metropolitan Institute at Virginia Tech

 

Sponsors

Reclaiming Vacant Properties is being brought to you through the generous support of many agencies, organizations, and companies who are committed to rebuilding our communities. If you are interested in becoming a conference sponsor, please review this Sponsor Sheet.
 

Platinum Sponsors

 


 


Gold Sponsors

 

 


 

Silver Sponsors


 

Bronze Sponsors

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