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Attorney General Office Neighborhood Renewal Division – Receiver Training
May 13 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Attorney General Office’s (AGO) Neighborhood Renewal Division, formerly the Abandoned Housing Initiative, uses the enforcement authority of the State Sanitary Code to turn abandoned residential properties around.
The Franklin Regional Council of Governments (FRCOG) is working with Boards of Health, Building Inspectors, and Town officials to prioritize abandoned residential properties in need of rehabilitation. Working in close partnership with towns, the AG’s Office then seeks out property owners and encourages them to voluntarily repair their properties and make them secure. If owners refuse, then the office’s attorneys will petition the relevant court to appoint a receiver to bring the property up to code.
Learn how you can participate in this program as a receiver to help improve housing in our communities!
- What: AGO Neighborhood Renewal Division Receiver Training Seminar
- Who: Anyone with the means and experience to rehabilitate residential properties – non-profits, for-profits, community groups, contractors and construction companies of all sizes
- When: Thursday, May 13, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
- How: Please REGISTER HERE. A link to the online meeting will be sent to you after registering.
THIS EVENT IS FREE!
FRCOG is hosting this training as part of the Improving Housing to Improve Health (IH2) project, an initiative of the Franklin County and North Quabbin Community Health Improvement Plan.