Katherine Garrahan writes “Municipal adaptations, collaborations are key to community resilience” for the Massachusetts Municipal Association

The Massachusetts Municipal Association (MMA) has published “Municipal adaptations, collaborations are key to community resilience” written by Katherine Garrahan. COVID-19 has changed the way we go about our lives drastically, and how we conduct business is no different. We saw communities work together to help their local businesses adapt to new regulations so they could reopen.

Communities undertook a variety of actions, including outreach to small restaurants, provision of translation services and technical support for completing applications, scheduling extra opportunities for applications through more frequent licensing meetings, and, in some cases, allowing changes to be handled administratively.

Continue reading “Municipal adaptations, collaborations are key to community resilience” on the MMA website.

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Katherine Garrahan

Katherine Garrahan is a seasoned real estate lawyer focused on helping commercial, non-profit and institutional clients, primarily in MetroWest and Central Massachusetts, facing difficult land-use, zoning and permitting challenges. Kathy regularly provides creative, problem-solving counsel and representation to developers, owners of shopping centers and office buildings, banks, nonprofits and other clients, from mid-range to big corporate, in key areas of the real estate process, including:

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Katherine Garrahan is a seasoned real estate lawyer focused on helping commercial, non-profit and institutional clients, primarily in MetroWest and Central Massachusetts, facing difficult land-use, zoning and permitting challenges. Kathy regularly provides creative, problem-solving counsel and representation to developers, owners of shopping centers and office buildings, banks, nonprofits and other clients, from mid-range to big corporate, in key areas of the real estate process, including:

  • Real estate development
  • Land-use planning, zoning and permitting
  • Conveyancing, and
  • Leasing
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