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Example of Governance Structures for Land Banks

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Date Published: September 2010

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This component of the NSP Land Banking Toolkit is intended for grantees and their partners in the process of establishing their land banks. It provides a sampling of land bank governance structures utilized throughout the country. Governing bodies for land banks can take a variety of forms, and the information provided is intended as a reference point in establishing a governance structure that is appropriate for the unique needs of a specific land bank.

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  • Center for Community Progress
  • LISC
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