Involuntarily relocating families is never business as usual. After years of working to change the future of distressed neighborhoods, Casey has developed a experience in how to undertake relocation in a responsible manner. This guide outlines some of the key issues between existing policy and better practice, and suggests some minimum standards to be followed in instances of involuntary relocation. It focuses exclusively on matters relating to the relocation of residential households as a result of redevelopment activities.

March 3, 2008

In This Report, You’ll Learn

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    How Casey became involved in East Baltimore Development Incorporated (EBDI).

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    How EBDI involvement helped shape other relocation redevelopment projects.

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    What it means to treat residents with respect and consideration during redevelopment projects.

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    Who can benefit from this road map.

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    How to navigate federal, state and local policies and regulations.

Key Takeaway

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Responsible relocation is an approach that takes into account the hardships and challenges faced by residents who are forced into relocation due to redevelopment activities. It seeks to limit the negative effects of involuntary displacement and help residents improve their future.

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