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Vacant Property Toolkit Available

The Vacant Property Toolkit from the Business and Professional People for the Public Interest is finally ready and posted on its website at http://www.bpichicago.org/VacantPropertyResources.php  I’ve written about this organization’s work in the past to address this very important issue and the Toolkit is a great starting point for any agency trying to deal with the problems presented by vacant and abandoned property.

  1. Mick @ Villa Park
    March 4th, 2010 at 15:34 | #1

    I attended the seminar at the Federal Reserve on 03/01/10 and it was very informative, especially the comments from the larger communities.
    Hopefully the new State legislation will help out.

    FYI, Mount Prospect is having a property managers seminar this Saturday.

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