Join us for the MAHC September Brown Bag Lunch to discuss legislative advocacy, why it’s important for our industry, and how best to reach out to your legislator and what information to share with them during those meetings. Our panel will include current and former local and State legislators who will share their experiences as legislators and how to come prepared for a meeting with an elected official. This session will also help prepare you for our 2019 Housing Day in February and the legislative visits that day, so bring your lunch and join us for an in depth discussion on legislative advocacy for affordable housing professionals.
State Delegate Steve Lafferty, District 42A, Baltimore County
Former State Delegate Justin Ross, District 22, Prince George's County
Anne Arundel County Councilman Jerry Walker, District 7
MAHC will provide drinks and desserts, so bring your lunch and join us for this event.
Join us for the October Brown Bag Lunch at Ballard Spahr's Baltimore office for an introduction to the concepts and programs commonly used to develop affordable housing. Firm Associates Courtney Hunter and Amber Mohr will present their "Affordable Housing 101" program for MAHC Members and provide an overview of the common definitions and acronyms, key players, financing tools, and key HUD programs used to create affordable housing. This session is perfect for new developers or non-developers who want a better understanding of affordable housing finance.
Thank you to Ballard Spahr for hosting this training session!
MAHC Annual Membership Meeting
Registration will open soon.
November 5, 2018
8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel202 E. Pratt St.Baltimore, MD 21202
Join us to learn what is going on in Washington and the potential impacts tax reform and the federal budget may have on the affordable housing industry. We will also hear from DHCD Secretary Ken Holt, provide an overview of MAHC’s 2019 Legislative Agenda, present the annual Housing Awards, and give you plenty of time for networking.
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