Lessons From Cuyahoga County On Land Banking (WESA)

 

Since land bank legislation was adopted in 2009, Cuyahoga County has been working to create an effective process to deal with abandoned and vacant properties. Six years later, they’re taking in at least 100 properties every month while gradually eliminating blight in the region.  We’ll ask Cuyahoga County Land Bank President and General Counsel Gus Frangos how they’ve developed their model and what improvements could be adopted in the Pittsburgh area.

Listen to Gus’s interview from the source.

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