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Wednesday January 20, 2021

From the Outskirts to Downtown: Taxes, Land Use & Value in 2 Southwest NH Communities

January 20, 2021 | 6:30 pm - 8:00pm

Venue :Virtual




What types of development create the greatest tax revenue for New Hampshire communities – suburban sprawl and big box stores, or dense, downtown development? In New Hampshire, property taxes are the key revenue source for local governments. Tax rates, land use and land value from one end of town to the other often vary in surprising ways. On Wednesday, January 20 at 6:30 PM, Joe Minicozzi of Urban 3 analyzed property tax revenues in two southwest region communities of Keene and Peterborough in an engaging, free webinar for residents and public officials. WATCH VIDEO RECORDING The presentation was hosted by Keene, Peterborough, and the Southwest Region Planning Commission; it is presented by New Hampshire Housing, which contracted with Urban3 to analyze what types of development offer the greatest tax return in 15 communities around the state. By using data to create 3D visualizations, Urban 3's analysis reveals the potential for improving the fiscal health of these communities. The visuals present a clear and data-driven understanding of the economics of place. With these 3D depictions of its data, a community has a tool to make public policy adjustments, with the goal of creating long-term financial resiliency. This is one of a series of live New Hampshire-focused webinars Minicozzi is presenting (most of which will be video recorded and available online). On October 15, he launched his first presentation with a statewide focus on Berlin, Claremont, Concord, Dover, Exeter, Hanover, Hudson, Keene, Laconia, Lebanon, Nashua, Pelham, Peterborough, Portsmouth and Rochester. (In 2018, the Orbit Group hired Urban3 to conduct an analysis of Manchester.) Joseph Minicozzi, AICP is the principal of Urban3, which looks at how land is used and affects tax productivity. He is an urban planner who utilizes new ways to think about and visualize land use, urban design, and economics.

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Wednesday January 27, 2021

Manufactured Housing on the Seacoast

January 27, 2021 | 8:30 am - 9:30am

Venue :Virtual


Manufactured housing is often left out of conversations about New Hampshire’s housing crisis. But manufactured housing is part of the solution, so it should be part of the conversation.
Join us virtually on Wednesday, January 27 at 8:30 am to hear Sarah Wrightsman, Executive Director of the Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast kick off the session about manufactured housing in the greater seacoast region. Attendees will hear why manufactured housing should be part of the conversation about New Hampshire’s housing crisis and about the Woodbury Cooperative in Portsmouth, NH.
Attendees will hear from Tara Reardon, the ROC-NH Director at the NH Community Loan Fund, and Ignatius MacLellan, Managing Director of the Homeownership Division at New Hampshire Housing.
You will receive the access info via email prior to the event.

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Wednesday February 17, 2021

Matters of State: Monadnock Region

February 17, 2021 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue :Virtual




A new year is upon us and with it, a new legislature.
The November elections brought big changes to the state legislature. Do you know who is now representing you in Concord? Do those legislators know what issues are important to you?
Join Stay Work Play, sponsored by Eversource and New Hampshire Housing, and in partnership with the Keene Young Professionals Network, for the kickoff of Matters of State, a virtual policy roundtable series that will bring together each region's legislators and their under-40 constituents to discuss their region's most pressing issues facing young people and possible solutions.

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Wednesday February 24, 2021

Matters of State: Seacoast Region

February 24, 2021 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue :Virtual




A new year is upon us and with it, a new legislature.
The November elections brought big changes to the state legislature. Do you know who is now representing you in Concord? Do those legislators know what issues are important to you?
Join Stay Work Play, sponsored by Eversource and New Hampshire Housing, and in partnership with Catapult Seacoast, for the kickoff of Matters of State, a virtual policy roundtable series that will bring together each region's legislators and their under-40 constituents to discuss their region's most pressing issues facing young people and possible solutions.

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Wednesday March 10, 2021

Matters of State: Mt. Washington Valley

March 10, 2021 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue :Virtual


A new year is upon us and with it, a new legislature.
The November elections brought big changes to the state legislature. Do you know who is now representing you in Concord? Do those legislators know what issues are important to you?
Join Stay Work Play, sponsored by Eversource and New Hampshire Housing and in partnership with STAY MWV, for Matters of State, a virtual policy roundtable series that will bring together each region's legislators and their under-40 constituents to discuss their region's most pressing issues facing young people and possible solutions

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Wednesday March 17, 2021

Matters of State: North Country

March 17, 2021 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue :Virtual


A new year is upon us and with it, a new legislature.
The November elections brought big changes to the state legislature. Do you know who is now representing you in Concord? Do those legislators know what issues are important to you?
Join Stay Work Play, sponsored by Eversource and New Hampshire Housing, for Matters of State, a virtual policy roundtable series that will bring together each region's legislators and their under-40 constituents to discuss their region's most pressing issues facing young people and possible solutions.

REGISTER NOW!

Wednesday March 24, 2021

Matters of State: Greater Nashua

March 24, 2021 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue :Virtual


A new year is upon us and with it, a new legislature.
The November elections brought big changes to the state legislature. Do you know who is now representing you in Concord? Do those legislators know what issues are important to you?
Join Stay Work Play, sponsored by Eversource and New Hampshire Housing, and in partnership with iUGO Nashua, for Matters of State, a virtual policy roundtable series that will bring together each region's legislators and their under-40 constituents to discuss their region's most pressing issues facing young people and possible solutions.

REGISTER NOW!