After an intense blaze destroyed thousands of acres of Utah forest, rural Panguitch residents learned their water supply is contaminated with dangerous E. coli bacteria.
Before the 1990s, banks based home and business loan approvals on an applicant’s perceived character. Community bankers and loan officers knew neighborhood residents, and those seeking loans didn’t have to worry about a credit score or assets.
Scientists have found microplastic contamination in drinking water systems around the world, with the United States having the highest levels of any country.
We are looking to either fill the lending and housing director position or a housing director and loan fund director. West Sacramento is the preferred location for these positions; however, other locations within RCAC’s 13 state service area will be considered.
A new project for both farmworker and workforce housing will be the first of its kind in Woodburn, Oregon.