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Lane Powell Shareholder Michael R. Silvey was recently elected Chair of the Board of Directors of Proud Ground, a nonprofit community land trust that provides home ownership opportunities to first-time homebuyers of modest means.
Silvey was previously one of the founding board members of Clackamas Community Land Trust, a nonprofit organization that integrated with Proud Ground in 2012. Since the formation of both organizations in 1999, more than 220 homes have been developed for first-time homebuyers and more than 270 first-time homeowners have been served.
Lane Powell PC, Your Pacific Northwest Law Firm, offers a broad range of legal services in business, employment and litigation. Founded more than 135 years ago, the Firm provides insightful counsel to emerging and established businesses and individuals. Lane Powell has more than 200 attorneys located throughout Washington, Oregon, Alaska and London, England.
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