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State Policy and Equitable Revitalization: A Conversation with Alan Mallach

May 26, 2022 | 12 PM ET
State Policy and Problem Properties Webinar | Center for Community Progress

Event Type: Virtual

Topic(s): State/National Analysis

When: May 26, 2022

Time: 12 PM ET

Cost: Free

Cities’ ability to mount successful and equitable revitalization efforts are powerfully determined by state laws and policies. In his latest report, renowned urban policy expert Alan Mallach tackles how state policies drive local revitalization outcomes. In From State Capitols to City Halls: Smarter State Policies for Stronger Cities, produced by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in partnership with the Center for Community Progress, Mallach highlights the central role of state laws, policies, and resource allocations in defining the framework for cities’ efforts for equitable revitalization. In a follow-up research study published at the Center for Community Progress, State Policy and Problem Property Regulation, Mallach drills down on how state laws and policies affect local attempts to revitalize problem properties.

Join this webinar to:

  • Understand why and how state laws and policies set the rules for local action for equitable revitalization.
  • Explore specific challenges facing advocates and local governments in dealing with housing and problem property issues.
  • Learn about successful efforts by advocates to change state policies related to housing, neighborhoods, and problem properties.
  • Ask questions about how your community can better support this work and get involved in state-level policy advocacy.

Presenters:

  • Alan Mallach – Senior Fellow, Center for Community Progress
  • Alison Goebel – Executive Director, Greater Ohio Policy Center

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