Where Housing Is Headed: How Will Today’s Imbalances Be Resolved?
So where is housing going? It’s a critical question being faced by communities everywhere as sky-high housing costs have affected everything from labor markets to public services. That’s why we’ve returned to a focus on housing as a theme for the 2022 Economic Outlook Seminar – to try to understand where we are going and what action steps we can take to get to a better place.
The seminar will also have data on housing, which is the theme of our seminar this year. “Where Housing is Headed: How Will Today’s Imbalances Be Resolved” will discuss the housing costs that have affected everything from labor markets to public services in communities throughout Montana.
Keynote Speaker Abigail St. Lawrence
Abigail St. Lawrence is an attorney practicing in water rights, natural resource, environmental and administrative law. A native of Great Falls, she holds a Juris Doctorate from Lewis and Clark College.
St. Lawrence is a frequent lecturer for continuing legal education courses, presenting on topics of easements, land use and water law. She has significant experience in government relations work, representing both business organizations and nonprofit interests.
This year our schedule will include three local panelists in a roundtable discussion about affordable housing. The 2022 Economic Outlook Seminar will be a robust, half-day event that will include economic outlooks for Montana’s major sectors.
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