At a time when many communities across the state are encountering the challenge of how to renovate, refurbish and reuse existing older buildings – rather than demolish and build new – the presentation provided some much needed direction and guidance.
The OCCD Spring Meeting was well attended both in-person and virtually this year in its first hybrid meeting held in Columbus, Ohio.
The Ohio Conference of Community Development, Inc. (OCCD), is a statewide member association of community and economic development professionals. OCCD members include cities, counties, nonprofits and consultants from across the State of Ohio.
Since 1965, OCCD members have dedicated themselves to making their communities better places to live, work and enjoy life. Members are provided the opportunity to connect with professionals who understand the unique challenges of working in community and economic development programs. For more information about OCCD, visit their website at www.occd.org