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Randolph & Patton Randolph Join Team to Plan WV BAD Buildings Summit

October 20, 2014

Architects Nathan Randolph and Phoebe Patton Randolph worked with the West Virginia Abandoned Property Coalition in the the organization of the 2014 WV BAD (Blighted, Abandoned and Dilapidated) Buildings Summit.  The event was modeled after the Center for Community Progress’ Community Progress Leadership Institute that Patton Randolph attended in 2013.  Representatives from the Center for Community Progress were in attendance to present to 11 community teams from all over the state of West Virginia.  Topic included legal issues, code enforcement strategies, funding sources, and West Virginia’s newly-passed Land Reuse Agency Authorization Act.

Click here for the Herald Dispatch’s Coverage of the event.

Click here for information posted by the City of Huntington.