Making Affordable Housing Regulation Work in Montgomery County, Maryland
Policies and regulations play an important role in deciding what kind of housing gets built and where. How these factors interact on the ground depends significantly on local conditions. On March 6, 2019, panelists convened by the Affordable Housing Conference of Montgomery County discussed their experiences developing affordable housing in the area — located in Maryland just north of Washington, DC — and navigating the regulatory framework.
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