Monarch Housing was one of the sixty-one organizations from across the state that signed on to the letter.
The Anti-Poverty Network hopeful that Commissioner Constable will take this opportunity and show leadership in convening COAH to quickly approve the next batch in the release of more than $140 million in available funding still being held in municipal housing trust funds.
Does your organization use social media? Please join the Anti-Poverty Network’s social media campaign by tweeting:
Broad Coalition Calls on DCA to convene COAH and release Affordable Housing TF $ #NJDCA http://tinyurl.com/lh8beg3
You can also post a Facebook status update about this critical issue. Here is a sample update:
In just 5 days APN and our partners collected 61 organizational sign-ons in support of release of Affordable Housing Trust Fund dollars. Commissioner Constable and the Council on Affordable Housing took a good first step in August – let’s keep the momentum going!