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Webinar - Blight Webinar Series

Blight Webinar Series
Member Rate: $125.00 for all three webinars or $45.00 per webinar
Non Member Rate: $175.00 for all three webinar or $80.00 per webinar.
9/12/2018 - 10/4/2018

Program

   

Wednesday, 12 September 2018

 
Please choose this one if you would like to sign up for all three of the webinars:

Member Rate: $100.00 for all three webinars
Non Member Rate: $175.00 for all three webinars
Start time for each webinar: 5:30PM

9/12/18 - "Right-sized" Approaches for Dealing with Blight in Small Towns and Rural Areas
9/19/18 - Using the Toll of Conservatorship to Deal with Blighted Properties
10/4/18 - Land Banks: How They are Making a Difference in PA
9/12/2018 - 10/4/2018
Member Rate: $45.00
Non Member Rate: $80.00
Start time: 5:30PM

"Right-sized" Approaches for Dealing with Blight in Small Towns and Rural Areas
This webinar is specifically for small towns and rural communities that don't have the financial or staff resources of a larger community to deal with blighted properties. Ideas for "lite" versions of property maintenance, nuisance, and dangerous structures codes will be shared. Less staff intensive approaches such as ticketing for code violations will also be discussed. Chris Gulotta, of The Gulotta Group will be the presenter.

Wednesday, 19 September 2018

 
Member Rate: $45.00
Non Member Rate: $80.00
Start time: 5:30PM

Using the Tool of Conservatorship to Deal with Blighted Properties
The tool of conservatorship was adopted by the legislature in 2008 to help communities deal with blighted properties. Conservatorship allows municipalities and other entities to be appointed by the local court to make repairs or tear down vacant blighted properties. Case studies of communities that have effectively utilized conservatorship will be discussed. Chris Gulotta, of The Gulotta Group will be the presenter.

Thursday, 04 October 2018

 
Member Rate: $45.00
Non Member Rate: $80.00
Start time: 5:30PM

Land Banks: How They are Making a Difference in PA
The land bank law became effective in 2012 and eleven jurisdictions in the Commonwealth have formed land banks since. This webinar will discuss how communities have used land banks effectively to acquire tax delinquent blighted properties. Information on possible funding for land banks will also be discussed. Chris Gulotta, of The Gulotta Group will be the presenter. Chris Gulotta, of The Gulotta Group will be the presenter.

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