Are “Neighborhoods Blooming” in Richmond?

04/06/2006 3:14 PM by

VCU presents a series of open conversations among members of the Richmond community and Virginia Commonwealth University students and faculty, sharing perspectives on building the greater Richmond community. TONIGHT‘s topic is Are “Neighborhoods Blooming” in Richmond?, “a conversation about the effectiveness of local housing strategies”. April 6, 6:30pm, Scott House, 909 W. Franklin Street.


  • John Accordino, Associate Professor, VCU L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs
  • Peter Tatian, Senior Research Associate, Urban Institute
  • Greta Harris, Senior Program Director, Local Initiatives Support Corporation
  • David Sacks, Acting Deputy Director for Housing and Neighborhood Preservation, City of Richmond

Moderator: Dan Tatar, Assistant Vice President and Community Affairs Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

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