Tuesday, December 10, 2024 | Saint Paul, MN

AHC Annual Conference

Below is information about the 2023 Conference

Who Should Attend

This session is intended for project owners, compliance managers, senior-level site and property staff with extensive experience working with the Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), HOME, and/or other affordable housing rental programs. Topics include new housing policies, changes made to the 2023 Minnesota Housing and Suballocator LIHTC Compliance Manuals and forms, including updates to the Consolidated Housing Annual Reporting Tool (CHART).

Attendees will learn how to apply revisions to Compliance Manuals and how to comply with revised compliance reporting requirements. Attendees will be informed on industry trends, national/state policy and legislative issues, and Fair Housing issues in affordable housing projects that impact Minnesota.

Owners are required to send at least one authorized representative each year to the annual conference to keep up with regulatory and procedural changes, unless granted a written exemption by a Suballocator.

Owners are required to send at least one authorized representative each year to the annual conference to keep up with regulatory and procedural changes, unless granted a written exemption by a Suballocator.

Conference Presenters

Daniel Burns

Daniel Burns, Chairperson

Affordable Housing Connections Board of Directors, Attorney, Taft Law

Lyn Burton

Lyn Burton, Executive Director

Affordable Housing Connections

headshot James Haggar, Principal

James Haggar, Principal

M State Partners

Renee Dickinson headshot

Renee Dickinson, Compliance Manager - Multifamily

Minnesota Housing Finance Agency

headshot of Jennifer Arens, Program Manager

Jennifer Arens, Program Manager

Affordable Housing Connections

headshot of Stephanie Newburg, Program Manager

Stephanie Newburg, Program Manager

Affordable Housing Connections

Agenda

Registration & Continental Breakfast

Welcome

Dan Burns, AHC Board Chairperson

Lyn Burton, Executive Director

Billions for Housing: Who Gets It? What’s in it for You?

James Haggar, M State Partners

Libby Murphy, Minnesota Housing Partnership

Jennifer Bergman, Minnesota Housing

Tara Beard, City of Saint Paul

Amy Geisler, City of Minneapolis

BREAK

Help Us Help You: Roundtable Discussions

LUNCH

Ready or Not … Here Comes Compliance 2024

Renee Dickinson, Compliance Manager – Multifamily, Minnesota Housing Finance Agency

Jennifer Arens and Heather Gondreau, Affordable Housing Connections

BREAK

Help is On the Way

Breaking New Ground in Affordable Housing: Innovative and Pioneering Projects

Closing Comments and Door Prize Drawing

Location

Amherst H. Wilder Foundation
451 Lexington Parkway North
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104

[see map]

Wilder Center has a free off-street, 5-floor parking ramp.

Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.