Senate Majority Leader M. Teresa Ruiz Accepts the 
2022 Community Development Champion Award
NJ Department of Community Affairs Chief of Staff
Kimberly Holmes 
Delivers Remarks


Headlines for December 8, 2022

Jersey Water Works to Hold a Workshop on NJ’s Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program

Princeton Library Hosts Housing Justice Forum

Wall just OK'd a key affordable housing project. What's next in the 20-year legal fight?

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Through a Storm and Pandemic, Together We Will HouseNJ!
By Nina Rainiero - November 9, 2022

It was this time ten years ago, when millions of households were left without power and in the cold after one of the most destructive storms in U.S. history made its way through New Jersey. Thousands of homes were damaged or completely destroyed as a result of the devastating storm surge and floods. It was a traumatic experience for so many residents that for many, did not end until years after the flood waters receded. We know, that even now, not everyone is home or whole.

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