ROSAH holds successful public meeting, lays out roadmap, and builds support with engaged residents

While some residents took precautionary measures in light of coronavirus, a strong resident turnout filled the social space within the Knights of Columbus council in Fair Haven Wednesday evening.

ROSAH conveyed the history of affordable housing in the state, the efforts the borough has made to build affordable housing and remain compliant, the circumstances that brought ROSAH together, what ROSAH has accomplished thus far, and ROSAH's path forward. An involved audience evaluated the short and long term affordable housing issues facing Rumson. ROSAH continues to expand its community outreach and is building.

ROSAH was contacted by many residents who chose not to attend and we are happy to provide the enhanced presentation in pdf format for you to download and read.

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The Internal Revenue Service has granted ROSAH 501(c)(3) status as a public charity. This is to be applied retroactively to ROSAH's founding in February 12, 2020. Any contributions already made to ROS