On Friday September 28, 2007, New Jersey Association of Counties (NJAC) Board of Directors passed a resolution endorsing the County-based Homeless Trust Funds. The resolution resolved that the “New Jersey Association of Counties urges the New Jersey State Legislature to adopt legislation enabling our 21 County Governments to establish, fund and administer Homeless Trust Funds.” Pictured on the right is Louis N. Magazzu, Cumberland County Freeholder and President of the New Jersey Association of Counties. NJAC joins among other supporters five counties – Hudson, Mercer, Passaic, Salem and Middlesex – that have endorsed the County-based Homeless Trust Funds as a key component of an effort to end homelessness. To see the full list of those who support this important legislation click here.
The New Jersey Association of Counties serves as an advocacy group for county governments and their taxpayers, promotes federal and state legislative initiatives that advance county interests, fosters cooperation and coordination among New Jersey’s 21 counties and aids county officials in providing efficient and effective service to their constituencies. To read the full resolution click here. To get more information on NJAC click here.To find out more about the Homeless Trust Fund click here .
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