Milestone: Homeward Bound hosts first meeting

  • Wednesday, November 22, 2017 1:30am
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Homeward Bound, a community land trust serving Clallam and Jefferson Counties, had its first board meeting Saturday Nov. 4. A transition process was undertaken that resulted in October with an election of a new Board of Trustees.

The primary goal of Homeward Bound is to increase and maintain the stock of permanently affordable housing in Jefferson and Clallam Counties.

The first meeting brought the new trustees up to date on the contracts and obligations of Homeward Bound, and allowed officers to be elected: President Monica Bell, Jefferson County; Vice President Vanessa Indelicato, Clallam County; Secretary Matt Woodward, Irondale, and Treasurer Mark Cooper, Jefferson County.

See www.facebook.com/homewardboundoht for more information.

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