Managing a water and/or wastewater system is an often overlooked and overwhelming aspect of mobile-home park ownership. If you just purchased a mobile-home park, there’s a strong chance you also just became the park’s de facto water and/or wastewater systems operations manager.
Suzanne Anarde may be barely into her third month as CEO, but she’s no stranger to RCAC, and she’s a nonprofit veteran. Her record speaks for itself: from managing her first community development block grant budget to exceed that of the local government that funded it, all the way to growing an all-star team at Rural Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC). Anarde is, however, very transparent about just how much there is to learn.
Oregon state economist Josh Lehner published a report on the last day of 2019 titled “Economic Trends of the 2010s.” In the report, he concluded that housing construction during the last decade reached a record low despite the state’s prevalent housing shortage.
In this month's issue: For Suzanne Anarde, RCAC is a partnership 20 years in the making; Tips for managing a mobile-home park utility; Private well owners in California counties invited to register for free well assessments Check out these stories & more! https://bit.ly/36nrB4k
As communicators, we know language matters. Check out @Center4Native's glossary of terms that are frequently used when discussing the issues faced by Native populations today. https://twitter.com/AspenInstitute/status/1220448115720970245