Past events from 2019!

January 29, 2019 | Housing Needs Summit

Do you understand affordable housing in your community? What signs indicate need? What factors determine project development? Affordable housing is a nuanced issue requiring careful consideration of many aspects that give scope to it.

In 2018, LHP, the Lamoille County Planning Commission and Stowe Land Trust partnered with Doug Kennedy Advisors to survey Lamoille County and the Town of Hardwick to produce the “Lamoille Housing Needs & Assessment Study.” The report findings illustrated the overall need for housing in the Lamoille region. The comprehensive study includes assessment of factors such as the economy, supply and financial characteristics, demographics, market trends, supply and demand analysis, and the findings’ recommendations.

Lamoille Housing Partnership, the Lamoille County Planning Commission, and The Stowe Land Trust partnered to host the Housing Needs Summit on January 29th, 2019, a forum and panel discussion based on a 2018 comprehensive study of the Lamoille Valley’s housing landscape.  

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April 13, 2019 | Lamoille Housing Partnership Benefit

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A note of thanks…

From all of us at Lamoille Housing Partnership, we’d like to express our heartfelt gratitude to all who sponsored, supported, and attended the Lamoille Housing Partnership Benefit on April 13th at The Rusty Nail!

Collectively, over $4,000 was raised to benefit our mission to create and preserve affordable homes and apartments for our lower and moderate income community members in Lamoille County and Hardwick! This could not have been achieved without the generous sponsorship support from The Rusty Nail, Tres Amigos, Reinhart FoodService Burlington, The Alchemist and Salon Ruelle, as well as the multitude of wonderful silent auction prizes generously donated by over 30 local businesses.

Lastly, we so appreciate the public’s support of the Lamoille Housing Partnership Benefit – your support is critical to the enduring success of our organization, and directly enables Lamoille Housing Partnership to continue our 28 year legacy of supporting our communities by developing affordable homes and apartments in the Lamoille region for families, the local workforce, older and disabled Vermonters, veterans and the formerly homeless.

Cheers to you all, thank you for making our benefit for affordable housing a huge success!

With gratitude,

Jim, Susan and Kerrie | Lamoille Housing Partnership

Huge thank you to our silent auction supporters!

Grant Wieler Photography | Evan Chismark Art x Ranch Camp | The Hobble Inn | | Green Envy | Laughing Moon Chocolates | Salon Salon | Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center | Stoweflake Resort & Spa | Kingdom Trails | Burke Mountain Resort | Vermont Dog Training | Sequist Animal Hospital | Rock Art Brewery | Stowe Fabric & Yarn | Café on Main | The Scale House | Stash n’ Stowe | McCarthy’s Restaurant | Darn Tough Vermont | Michael’s on the Hill | Salon Ruelle | Stowe Bowl | Doc Ponds | Nesting Turtle Healing Art | Stowe Hardware & Dry Goods | Green Mountain Inn | Smugglers’ Notch Resort | Green Mountain Crossfit | Bob Malbon Photography | Casella Waste Systems | The Alchemist | Katharine Arnold | The Reservoir Bar & Taproom | The Bench | Tres Amigos Mexican Restaurant

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May 1, 2019 | Housing Solutions Summit

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Lamoille Housing Partnership (LHP) and the Lamoille County Planning Commission (LCPC) hosted the Housing Solutions Summit, a discussion-based forum that gathered local community leaders, decision makers and members of the public to discuss and propose locally focused, collaborative, actionable solutions to the Lamoille region’s housing opportunities and challenges. 

“In response to the outcomes and feedback of the previous Housing Needs Summit, LHP and LCPC felt the next step was to reconvene (previous Summit) attendees and members of the public to facilitate discussions critical to addressing Lamoille communities’ diverse housing needs,” explains Lamoille Housing Partnership Executive Director, Jim Lovinsky.  

To that end, LHP’s and LCPC’s shared goal of the Housing Solution Summit was to address some of the key points of discussion from panelists at the previous Housing Needs Summit, held in January…

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