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Taking Advantage of Underused School District Real Property and Facilities
As enrollment declines in many parts of the states and budgets tighten, school districts are increasingly looking for ways to generate revenue from underutilized school sites and other property. This workshop will give an overview of laws and regulations relating to surplus real property, strategies for generating revenue, and newer laws, regulations and trends in this area. We will also touch on the potential use of school district property for workforce housing.

Who should attend: Chief business officials, finance directors, purchasing directors, facilities directors, and business services and facilities department staff.

The attendance capacity of this webinar is limited. We will close registration when capacity is reached. Please use a school district or public agency email address when registering. This event is reserved for school district or public agency employees only. Please contact Client Services for more information or with any questions.

Dec 9, 2021 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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The attendance capacity of this webinar is limited. We will close registration when capacity is reached. Please use a school district or public agency email address when registering. This event is reserved for school district or public agency employees only. Please contact Client Services for more information or with any questions.

Speakers

Harold Freiman
Partner @Lozano Smith
Harold M. Freiman is a Partner in Lozano Smith's Walnut Creek office. He represents school districts, county offices of education, and community college districts in such areas as school facilities, property, general education law, governing boards, student issues, business, and general litigation. He is a recognized leader on such topics as developer fees, school district reorganization, surplus property, the Brown Act and the Public Records Act. Additionally, he provides advice and litigation services related to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) to cities, special districts and educational agencies.
Kelly Rem
Partner @Lozano Smith
Kelly M. Rem is a Partner in Lozano Smith's Walnut Creek Office and co-chair of the firm's Facilities and Business Practice Group. Ms. Rem specializes in Facilities and Business law and Litigation for public agency clients throughout California.