Beyond the Neighborhood Stabilization Program: How Foreclosure Recovery Can Foster Sustainable Communities - Metropolitan Planning Council

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Beyond the Neighborhood Stabilization Program: How Foreclosure Recovery Can Foster Sustainable Communities

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Listen to this recording of MPC's Feb. 15, 2011, roundtable, “Beyond the Neighborhood Stabilization Program: How Foreclosure Recovery Can Foster Sustainable Communities." The roundtable featured a panel discussion between Antonio Riley, the newly appointed midwest regional administrator for the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development; Robert Grossinger, Enterprise Community Partners' new Chicago-based vice president for its National Community Foreclosure Response Initiative; David Pope, Oak Park's Village President; and Janice Morrissy, director of housing initiatives for the Chicago Southland Housing and Community Development Collaborative. They explore what we’ve learned, what policy changes we need, and new ways of doing business in today's struggling housing arena.

This page can be found online at http://www.metroplanning.org/multimedia/audio/499

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