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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.
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