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REALTORS® along with many community members have been asking: What can we do together to facilitate the development of owner-occupied housing for our workforce; and is it possible to identify clear pathways, initiatives and partnerships to overcome barriers preventing the creation of owner-occupied workforce housing in Tompkins County?

On Thursday, November 29, 2018 over 100 community members representing: housing, planning, municipalities, financial institutions, and employers worked together to develop ideas about how to address barriers to housing development in Tompkins County.   Below are materials that were distributed at the event.

Learning from our Neighbors

Profile of the Workforce Home Buyer and Current Housing Market Conditions

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Obstacles and Opportunities for Workforce Home Ownership

Johanna Anderson – Executive Director INHS, Buzz Dolph, Owner Tiny Timbers, Susan Ritter, Director of Planning Town of Ithaca, Chris Werner, VP of Mortgage Operations CFCU, Seph Murtagh, Ithaca Common Council 2nd Ward

Moderated by: Dr. Sean Eversley Bradwell Director of IDEAS and MLK Scholars Program at Ithaca College

White Paper Documents

B. Dolph – Tompkins County Proposed Office of Coordination

Obstacles and Opportunities for Creating Workforce Owner-Occupied Housing

Corning Housing Partnership: The Vision, Process, and Outcomes of an Innovative Public-Private Partnership


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