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NeighborWorks America - Public Policy and Legislative Affairs

NeighborWorks America was established under Title VI of the Housing and Community Development Amendments of 1978, P.L. 95-557 [PDF]. As a congressionally-chartered nonprofit organization dedicated to improving distressed communities, NeighborWorks America and the NeighborWorks network have an interest in federal policies that affect the housing and community development field.

The Public Policy and Legislative Affairs division of NeighborWorks America manages the organization's interaction with Congress and federal agencies, as well as with peer organizations on public policy and congressional issues. Network members will find further information at [login required]

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More than 100 partners, realtors, customers and elected officials came to celebrate the new HomeOwnership offices of NeighborWorks network member Oak Hill Community Development Corporation.

Executive Director Mullen Sawyer said,

From left to right: Executive Director Mullen Sawyer, Oak Hill Community Development Corporation; Mayor of Worcester Joe Petty; Massachusetts State Representative Dan Donahue; Undersecretary for Housing and Community Development Aaron Gornstein; Vice President, Northeast Region, Deborah Boatright, , NeighborWorks America; President and CEO Tim Murray, Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce; U.S. Rep. Jim McGovern; City Manager Ed Augustus


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