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To preserve, create and maintain a sustainable, economically competitive, and equitable bi-state region.
Access to affordable choices in housing—regardless of race, religion, national origin, age, ancestry, military background or service, sex, sexual preference, marital status, and disability—is needed to sustain an equitable and robust society. What it costs for shelter, and where one’s home is located plays a substantial role determining life outcomes. When people live near financially stable employment and good schools, in a healthy and safe environment with cultural and physical amenities, and with access to affordable transportation, they thrive and excel.