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Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation Symposium - Symposium, sponsored jointly by HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, on "Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation," at HUD Headquarters

Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation Symposium - Symposium, sponsored jointly by HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, on "Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation," at HUD Headquarters

 
 
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Event: Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation Symposium

Subject Description: Symposium, sponsored jointly by HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, on "Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation," at HUD Headquarters. [Among speakers were Roy Bernardi, HUD Deputy Secretary; Darlene Williams, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research (PDR); Manuel Ochoa, PDR Policy Advisor; Maryann Dillon, Senior Vice President for the Community Development Corporation, Bank of America; Donovan Rypkema, Principal of PlaceEconomics, a Washington, D.C.-based real estate and economic development consulting firm; Shea Hollifield, Deputy Director of the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development; Katherine Slick, State Historic Preservation Officer in New Mexico's Department of Historic Resources; and John Nau III, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Chairman.].

Photographer: Ricardo Vargas
Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation Symposium - Symposium, sponsored jointly by HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, on "Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation," at HUD Headquarters

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