We are particularly grateful to our Housing Heroes, Sen. Jose’ Menendez and Rep. Carol Alvarado for highlighting our Policy Brunch with their comments about the recent legislative session. We were also fortunate to have the Washington Wire panel discuss the promising status of legislation in Congress to continue the Housing Tax Credit program. And once again Tim Irvine, Executive Director of the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs, brought his top staff to share his vision of housing policy in Texas and answer all the questions our attendees could pose.
Our special thanks go to the sponsors, exhibitors and speakers who make the conference the success that it is.
Our newest feature, the Emerging Issues Roundtable: Conservation that Pays for Itself, drew an overwhelming crowd. We apologize to those who could not fit in the breakout room where the session was held; the participation far exceed our expectations. More information on these programs will be added to our website shortly.
The 2016 Texas Housing Conference will be held July 25-27 at the JW Marriott in Austin. Once again, we will bring you MORE speakers, MORE education and MORE networking. We hope you begin now to plan your participation in the conference. We would appreciate your comments about this year’s conference and your suggestions for next year’s. Please take a moment to respond to three questions at this link.
Until our next activity, please join us at our website, www.taahp.org. Presentations from the conference will be posted soon, as will photographs.
Many thanks to all who participated in the conference. With your continued support the conference will be another success itself and will contribute to your own success!
Very best regards,
Mahesh Aiyer Bobby Bowling K. Nicole Flores
President Conference Co-Chair Conference Co-Chair