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Invest in Low-Income Neighborhoods through CSCDA

May 2, 2013
California Statewide Communities Development Authority (CSCDA) has secured an allocation of New Markets Tax Credits for investment in low-income communities in California. The allocation of $35 million will be deployed to high-impact community projects this year. The League is working with CSCDA to help identify qualified projects that are supported by local government and community stakeholders.
 
A free and informative webinar will present an overview of the New Markets Tax Credit program and discuss how it can benefit real estate projects in distressed neighborhoods.
 
Webinar details

 
Tuesday, May 14, 10–11 a.m.
 
Presenters:  
  • Scott Carper, CSCDA;
  • Paul Breckenridge, Breckenridge Consulting Services, Inc. ; and
  • Neel Shah, Shah Capital Advisors.
Register online.
 
CSCDA is jointly sponsored by the League of California Cities and the California State Association of Counties. 
 
Questions about this opportunity may be directed to Scott Carper at (925) 933-9229 ext. 238 or Jon Penkower at (925) 274-4601.


 
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