Roundtable 3: Workforce Housing (Responses)
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Roundtable 3: Workforce Housing
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First NameLast NameOrganizationPosition
Are there specific Workforce Housing topics you'd like to discuss?
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MorganBeryl
Tahoe Regional Planning Agency
Senior Transportation PlannerHow to incentivize privates to build
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CodyMarxer
Madison County Planning
Planning Clerk
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HilaryLindhCity of WhitefishLong Range Planner
implementation; inclusionary zoning and countering resistance from development community
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Bryan DalyDistrict of Squamish
Development & Subdivision Coordinator
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DanaHawkinsDistrict of TofinoSenior Planner no
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TroyNixonCity of FernieCouncillor
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MarianneWadeCity of Revelstoke
Director of Development Services
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JasonGliddenPark City Municipal
Housing Development Manager
Private/Public Partnerships
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Private/Public Partnerships
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AlaricFishTown of Canmore
Manager of Planning and Development
Curious to hear about experiences with inclusionary zoning and incentives for developers
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Jessie Rae Arguelles Town of Telluride Town Council Women
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MaggieGood
Big Sky Owners Association
Board Member
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SusanJohnsonTeton County WyomingInterim Planning Director
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GregEpsteinTeton County WyomingCounty Commissioner
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GaryBuxtonDistrict of SquamishGM
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MilaDunbar-IrwinJorgensen Assoc.Assistant Planner
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CarlaMarcanoParkPlus System
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MikeKirkegaard
Resort Municipality of Whistler
Planning Director
Infill housing, eligibility and affordability for workforce housing
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JenniferStelfox
Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
Alberta Program Coordinator
What incentives (or policies) could be considered to encourage businesses/developers and potentially homeowners to provide workforce housing? Is it possible to tied the cost for rental workforce housing to the current living wage in a community given that many mountain towns are much more expensive to live in than other communities and therefore minimum wage is not sufficient to pay usual rental rates.
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RobinBecker
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