The NYS Rural and Neighborhood Preservation Programs have undergone some changes over the last few years, even though the legislative intent of this program has not changed. Is the Preservation Program the key program it once was? Should changes be made to the program? How can it be made to work better for your company?
These issues will be considered, among others, at the NYS Rural Advocates Annual Meeting, November 18-19, 2014 at the Otesaga Hotel in Cooperstown. Come for the day on Tuesday or come for the full program on both days as we consider the Advocates legislative agenda for housing and community development.
We want to hear from you! Don’t let other people make the decisions that will impact you and your company. Join us and let your voice be heard.
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