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Housing Industry Webinars
Adopting a Smoke-Free Policy in Market Rate Apartment Buildings
Listen to our webinar about adopting a smoke-free policy for your market rate aparment building. This webinar is geared toward property managers and owners. You will hear from Warren Ortland, an attorney with the Public Health Law Center as well as Kara Skahen and Rose Hauge from the Live Smoke Free program. The webinar discusses the benefits of adopting a smoke-free policy, the legalities of going smoke-free, steps for policy adoption, and emerging topics currently affecting housing including e-cigarettes, medical marijuana and incense.
Adopting a Smoke-Free Policy in Owner-Occupied Common Interest Communities
Listen to our webinar about adopting a smoke-free policy for your condominium, town home, cooperative, or owner-occupied common interest community (CIC)!
This webinar is geared toward CIC board members, owners/association members, and property managers. You will hear from Warren Ortland, an attorney with the Public Health Law Center as well as Carissa Larsen from the Live Smoke Free program. The webinar discusses the benefits of adopting a smoke-free policy, the legalities of going smoke free, and conclusions from the latest research about the market demand for smoke-free CICs.
Public Health Webinars
Secondhand Smoke and Condominiums
This webinar reviwed the results of research in Masschusetts and Minnesota on the experience of owner-occupants with smoke-free policies and the preferences of potential buyers for smoke-free properties. Representatives from Washington State and Oregon discuss methods to build relationships in the condominium community.
View the webinar by visiting the Public Health Law Center's blog: http://healthyhousinglaw.com/secondhand-smoke/condominium-common-interest-community-materials
Series: Stages of Smoke-Free Multi-Housing Program Development
You can find more information on this series on our Communities Putting Prevention to Work page.