October 21, 2022

Counties, Stakeholders Talk Affordable Housing

MACo’s Housing Symposium included five panels, each focusing on a different aspect of affordable housing with a variety of speakers with varying perspectives from counties, non-profits, developers, and more. The sold-out event brought more than 90 people together from across the state of Maryland to join the important conversation, making for an honest exchange of ideas between both public and private housing experts on solving a lack of home.

Conduit Street has your coverage of the event's dive deep into the affordable housing topic with emphasis on the planning/zoning, infrastructure, socioeconomic, and environmental factors involved.

MACo County Champion Awards Deadline is 10/21/22 (TODAY)!!!


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Corporate Partner Spotlight

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