Increasing and Preserving Quality Affordable Housing

Whether you work in aging, planning, government, social work, health care, law, education, or simply pay attention to the news, you’re probably aware of discussions around affordable housing.


Recognizing Our Best Workplaces for Commuters

One of our outstanding TJCOG employees, Mary Sell, has taken over my blog this week to write about our Best Workplace for Commuters (BWC) program. Mary has a Master’s of Science in Environmental Policy & Planning from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and a B.A in International Relations from Michigan State University. Prior to working at TJCOG, …

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Honoring Our Board of Delegates

The TJCOG Board of Delegates is our organization's governing entity. The Board is made up of one elected official from each member government’s governing board (their Commission or Council). In total, the board comprises 37 elected officials from across the region. (see list of delegates) In my year and a half here as Executive Director of …

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Welcome to my Blog! I am excited for this opportunity to share with you many of the exciting programs and initiatives going on at Triangle J Council of Governments. I will also use this forum to highlight how our work, and its outcomes, are not possible without the support of our 37 member governments and …

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Affordable Housing in the Triangle

Last Tuesday, September 20, Triangle J Council of Governments partnered with the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, the FDIC and Enterprise Community Partners to present the Triangle Regional Housing Summit. It was a great afternoon filled with discussions and panels from housing agencies, developers, elected officials, and members of the finance community from across the region. …

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